Previously I worked at Courseload, an Indianapolis-based education technology startup, where I explored, discovered, and validated market problems as product opportunities before I facilitated the prioritization, design, development, delivery, testing, and iteration of solutions to those problems.
I attended Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business where I graduated with Business Honors with specializations in Economic Consulting and Public Policy Analysis with a minor in Health Systems Administration.
During my Junior year, I served as the Chief of Staff of the Indiana University Student Association. In my role, I oversaw the more than 130 member IUSA executive administration completing major campus projects, including one that had been at a standstill for 39 years.
Previously I worked in Washington, D.C. at the Republican National Committee as a New Media Intern. At the RNC, I designed, developed, and managed (the now defunct) BarackObamaExperiment.com, a health care website used by the RNC as the centerpiece of the health reform debate. Following the internship, the RNC hired me as a new media consultant.
I have served as a youth-baseball umpire, enjoy cycling, reading, and am an avid fan of the now-discontinued NBC hit, The West Wing.