Using Human-Centred Design methodologies, I aim to solve complex and systemic social challenges that produce impactful and equitable outcomes for communities.

As a Senior Product Designer at YLabs, I create healthcare solutions and interventions for youth across Eastern Africa. Currently, I am working on CyberRwanda, a digital platform that seeks to improve the health and livelihoods of young Rwandans in the hopes of preventing unintended pregnancy, STIs and HIV.

I believe in the power of community and mentorship; I teach UX at Juno College of Technology and support students in their design journeys at Springboard. I also co-founded Thousand&One in May 2021, a social enterprise that supports womxn of colour to thrive in their professional lives through community, healing, and growth.

Previously, I led UX projects at Art & Science, including the website UX strategy and design for the Toronto Biennial of Art, the first ever in the city’s history, as well as the creation of an experiential screen display to help build a sense of connection amongst employees at Roche. At Canada Life, I was part of the Digital Customer Experience team responsible for creating the organization’s first ever design system, leading to the full website rebrand. I also worked on a research initiative with Together Project for Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada to inform the design of a mobile tool for Syrian refugees.

If you’d like to collaborate on design projects, you can also reach directly via email.

An experiential communication platform that allows Roche employees feel more connected

A conversational interface that helps newcomers and immIgrants access language services

A UX strategy for the development of educational tools and calculators for Canada Life customers

A research study to understand integration challenges of Syrian refugees in Canada