I am a PhD student at Berkeley in EECS working with Björn Hartmann in the Berkeley Institute of Design (BiD) and the Citris Invention Lab.

I did my undergrad work at Indiana University, receiving a BS in CS, a BA in Math, and minors in Psychology and Spanish.

My research focus is digital fabrication and how we can leverage its potential to make prototyping input devices a faster and easier process. I'm also intrigued by using fabrication to inspire fascination with STEAM in tomorrow's scientists. My husband, Evan Savage, and I co-founded a company (Savage Internet) in the space of experiential education.

I also have a deep wanderlust, and I like working on random projects.

I instructed an upper division undergraduate course on Human Computer Interaction in Summer 2015, including redesigning the curriculum, including a studio component in place of half the lectures, and integrating a new technology. Check it out at the CS160 homepage!