Project Manager

University of California, San Francisco

August 2019 - Present




Clinical Research Coordinator

University of California, San Francisco

June 2018 - August 2019
  • Designing research studies focused on digital health and technology in Orthopaedic Surgery

  • Implementing 27 new research studies (10 involving outside academic institutions and private companies)

  • Managing all phases of research, from design through manuscript preparation

  • Managing schedule, budget, risks, communications, and resources of each research study

  • Leading a monthly research meeting with physicians, analysts, and research fellows with a focus on becoming the leader in Orthopaedic digital health and technology

  • Grant writing and over 50K of grant attainment

  • Presenting research to key stakeholders in consumable reports, PowerPoints, and oral presentations

  • Supervising 12 medical residents and 5 research fellows

  • Communicating with over 500 research subjects and obtaining a high subject satisfaction rate

  • Discovering new digital health tools and facilitating contract approval between the UCSF Orthopaedic Surgery Department and the company

Executive Director


August 2015 - December 2018
  • Managed the development and implementation of a social network for non-partisan voter-information, which became nationally recognized

  • Trained and managed 125 volunteers from academic institutions on tasks including communication with political campaigns and on-campus voter registration

  • Collaborated with professors from Harvard, Purdue, and Virginia Tech, among others, to advertise and present Ulection to students and people living in their towns

Policy and Program Manager

Neighborhood Empowerment Network

October 2017 - May 2018
  • Co-developed and managed the Bayview Vulnerable Population Extreme Weather Resilience Program

  • Developed needs assessments, statistical reports, data analysis tools, and literature reviews to guide policy and program development

  • Collaborated with government agencies and community organizations to identify priorities, develop solutions, and implement work plans

  • Created an assessment tool to asset map organizations within the Bayview that serve seniors, people with disabilities, and families with children

  • Led interdisciplinary workgroups and project management activities to address social determinants of health and inequities in the Bayview

  • Presented Program at a workshop to over 75 leaders in public health and emergency management

Assistant Clinical Research Coordinator

University of California, San Francisco

June 2017 - September 2017
  • Managed a $249,475 grant-funded research project, Lung Cancer Screening: Views of Patients and Physicians

  • Co-developed the study design and IRB application

  • Developed surveys and informational materials that were used by physicians and patients

  • Constructed databases in REDCap, analyzed data, and created reports

  • Trained and supervised two interns on data collection

Vision Zero SF Analyst

San Francisco Department of Public Health

September 2016 - September 2017
  • Collected, analyzed, and synthesized qualitative and quantitative data to inform policy and strategy formation for Vision Zero SF 

Graduate Student Researcher

University of California, San Francisco & San Francisco State University

January 2017 - July 2017
  • Worked under Principal Investigator, Larry Rand, on the Preterm Birth Initiative

  • Conducted a literature review investigating the connection between housing and preterm birth in the United States

  • Designed an interview protocol and interviewed policy makers and executives in charge of housing and health in San Francisco 

  • Analyzed qualitative data from interviews and wrote a community assessment report and a community brief

  • Presented findings to the public in partnership with community-based organizations, UCSF physicians,  the Department of Public Health, and fellow MPH students

Graduate Student Researcher

San Francisco State University

August 2016- December 2016
  • Worked under  the Principal Investigator, Michele Eliason, to conduct qualitative research on the topic of stress and resilience in LGBTQ healthcare providers

  • Coded qualitative data

  • Assisted with writing the Results and Discussion section in the published qualitative research article, "Coping With Stress as an LGBTQ+ Health Care Professional"​

Emergency Medical Technician


October 2013 - November 2015
  • Delivered culturally competent medical services to San Franciscans in collaboration with EMT’s, paramedics, fire fighters, police officers, and emergency room staff

  • Accessed and recorded patient information in an electronic medical record

  • Developed innovative, cost-saving methods to track medical supply usage

  • Created an inventory list of supplies that all ambulances are required to contain and a procedure for checking and replacing supplies

  • Assisted the station manager in creating partnerships with organizations in need of emergency medical services for their events

  • Supervised between four and ten EMT’s at citywide events and ensured that emergency medical services operated effectively

  • Hired and trained 10 EMT’s

Medical Assistant

A Broader View Volunteers Corp

July 2014
  • Worked alongside doctors and nurses at a medical clinic in an undeserved community in Quito, Ecuador 

  • Performed basic medical exams and demonstrated a conversational level of Spanish

  • Assisted doctors in preparing to give seminars and workshops to the local residents on topics of nutrition and diabetes management and prevention

Master of Public Health

Graduate Coursework

August 2016 - May 2018
  • Applied Community Health Education Research

  • Biostatistics

  • Community Health Assessment

  • Educational Training and Curriculum Building

  • Environmental Health

  • Epidemiology

  • Grant Writing and Program Planning

  • Program Evaluation

  • Public Health Policy

  • Principles of Community Organizing

  • Theories of Social Behavior Change