UX Researcher & Strategist
I ask questions to help people understand, shape, and solve problems in technology and society.
Publication(s) & Conferences
My current independent research provides policymakers, students, educators, technology developers, and researchers, with literature focused on the intersection of educational technology and race. Feel free to browse through recent publications and accepted conference submissions here.
North American Business Press publication on the awareness and usage of massive open online courses (MOOCs).
This research reports on how underrepresented groups become aware of, and use massive open online courses (MOOCs).
Poster presentation of research findings on how underrepresented groups become aware of, and use massive open online courses (MOOCs).
In my memoir, Curiosity Didn't Kill The Cat, I discuss the biases behind the old saying "curiosity killed the cat." I also share examples from my personal life that offer a powerful conviction to rapidly transform anyone's life to experience what we were meant to have; freedom, true happiness, love, and success.