Pax is an integrative thinker who believes understanding people is key to designing delightful experiences. She has a background in non-profits, social entrepreneurship, multicultural communication, and project management. Pax focuses on making the world a better place by tackling problems with a multi-disciplinary approach rooted in empathy and belonging.
She holds her Bachelors of Anthropology/Sociology, Politics, and International Relations from Florida International University, and Master of International Relations from American University. Prior to her work in Anthro-Tech, Pax led a national project to explore how Latinx young adults find meaning. This work inspired her to focus her career on human-centered design with organizations that have a social mission, both in her native Colombia and in the U.S.
When she's not working, Pax enjoys spending time with her husband and dogs exploring the Pacific Northwest. As a lifelong learner, you can often find her reading about new topics, trying new recipes from all over the world, or finding new ways to be creative.
First creative memory
Experimenting in the kitchen with my grandmother using ingredients in new ways.
Cause that means the most to you
Your idea of happiness
Visiting a new country, getting to know a new culture, and learning more about me as I learn about others.
What have you learned
The more I learn, the more I realize how little I actually know... and how much I have yet to learn!
Alternative universe career