Simply put Stitch moves lots of different data to one place for analysis. I work to help developers and data engineers work on solving more interesting problems, businesses extract better insights, and find ways to make our product and open-source community stronger. More than likely I'll be at a conference near you soon. Let's grab coffee!
Senior Program Manager
Jan 2017– May 2017
Senior Product Manager & Developer Evangelist
Oct 2015 – Jan 2017
As a developer evangelist for IBM Watson I act as the voice of the developer within the organization to help product teams create the best product possible. I also work with various developer communities and am involved with hackathons, internal events, and conferences. I love learning about different companies and helping them solve their problems using the best technology possible.
May 2014 – Oct 2015
As a product manager I focused on Discover/Try/Buy process and overall scope of the Watson Developer Cloud API offerings. I focused on developer and technical decision-making users. This involved owning a backlog, enabling teams to test and speak with users, gathering feedback from internal stakeholders, and managing the product development. Users and data guide my decision making along with the overall strategy and vision of our portfolio.
Senior UX Designer
October 2013 – May 2014
I started my career at IBM as a UX lead for Watson working in the IBM Design studio. I also participated as an IBM DesignCamp lead and continue to contribute to IBM Design Thinking workshops.
June 2015 – June 2016
Instructor focusing on product management, technical foundations, and UX-centric classes and workshops.
December 2012 – October 2013
Eureka is a teensy software company in Austin. I wore many hats and contributed to everything from visual design, ux, to front-end dev and was responsible for the redesign and rebranding of Eureka as well as multiple projects.
January 2006 – December 2012
My career began while still attending the University of North Texas as a Communication Design major. I had always coded for fun and figured out I could get paid for it, so I started working as a front-end dev in Dallas before moving to Austin where I continued to work for primarily for ad agencies. Eventually my freelance moonlighting projects turned into full-time daylight projects and I found myself working in various roles including creative and dev for clients like Best Buy, Dell, Chase, UPS, as well as a short stint in Copenhagen which totally rocked.