About Me

I am currently based in the greater Denver area as  VP, Technical Product Management with McGraw Hill. From content authoring and management to adaptive study tools and delivery, to new ways to study for the USMLE, I am focused on products that support personalized and adaptive experiences for all learners, whether remote, offline, or using assistive technologies.

As Executive Director of IT for Kaplan Legal Education, I lead a team committed to the continuous development and expansion of the KLE online education platform. Kaplan and Concord School of Law partner with law schools around the country, providing the tools and technology that make online teaching and learning a rewarding experience.

As Chief Information Officer at the Thomas Jefferson School of Law, I was one of the key architects behind the school’s award-winning, technologically advanced new campus in downtown San Diego. At the time, Thomas Jefferson School of Law had built one of the most high-tech and attractive law schools in the country while making the learning and teaching environments the top priority.

In 2011, I was recognized for my work at Thomas Jefferson School of Law with the Top Tech Exec Cox Business Exemplary Award. I also served as a judge and on the nomination committee for the Top Tech Exec Awards in 2012 and 2013.

I have been an Information Architect, a photographer, a fishmonger and have swept factory floors. Variety breeds creativity.

I earned a Master of Science in Information Management from the University of Washington Information School as well as a Bachelor of Arts in Linguistics from Western Washington University.

Born and raised in the Pacific Northwest, I am now located in the greater Denver area.