Let’s be honest. At first glance my resume does not scream “experience designer “or a “creative”. I’m what you might call a creative imposter. I feed off the energy of collaboration and group dynamics, I try and fail repeatedly to create my own original designs but do a pretty decent job with a mimic and innovate approach. I’ve been working in higher education for the past two years, and I have a degree in social change.
Adaptive? Check. I thrive on a steep learning curve and although I have some work to do in order to hang with the likes of Youngmihn Kim or Ben Lamm, I’m quick to assimilate and easily relate.
Ergonomic? Check. I harmonize with my team to help cultivate a high functioning environment and I’m your biggest fan when you need a pep-talk or inspiration. I’m easily excitable, full of energy, and obsessed with brainstorming.
What’s that you say? I sound like the other 80 million millennials working to enhance their career in a way that satisfies their altruism and personal passions?
But here’s the thing, I’m a devout believer in “fake it until you become it.” And right now, I’m helping people make better.
Better decisions. Better systems. Better experiences. Better impact.
How can I help you make better?