Journalist & Technologist

Projects

 

Projects

 
 
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Women Futurists Collective

WFC is a community and visibility platform for women futurists — for anyone who enjoys reading about, discussing, and building emerging technology. The group includes over 500 women scientists, engineers, artists, entrepreneurs, activists, and students engaged in thoughtful conversations around what's to come. We host regular meet-ups all over the country and publish a magazine called On The Future.

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HuffPost Girls In STEM Mentorship Program

Founded and led a digital mentorship project aimed at increasing diversity in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) fields. Matched 500+ girls with female scientists and engineers in mentorship pairs, and built a dialogue on- and off-site around issues women face in STEM. Directed social media strategy for community engagement.

 
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NESCent Science Journalism Fellowship

Awarded a grant to work on a writing project exploring evolutionary psychology and transhumanism. NESCent is an NSF-funded evolutionary research center jointly operated by Duke, UNC Chapel Hill, and NC State.

 

Love in the Time of Cyborgs

On journalism crowdfunding platform Beacon Reader, I launched a writing project around the future of technology and human evolution, or transhumanism. I raised $1,000 and received recurring monthly donations from 30 readers. Unfortunately, the platform shut down in 2016.

 

 

Speaking

I’ve spoken to groups about news & social media, storytelling on platforms, and emerging tech in media. I also speak at women in STEM events about alternative science careers and STEM mentorship. Here’s a presentation I gave last year at NYU's Ada Lovelace Day, their annual event for celebrating women in STEM.