Emily believes in shedding light on diverse user experiences to develop inclusive products and designs. Her love of transforming constructs and concepts into actionable experiments led her to pursue both her Bachelor and Master of Science in Psychology at Western Washington University. There she spearheaded studies aimed to address issues related to racial stereotyping and prejudice.
After graduation, Emily worked with product teams at Google to develop innovative, user-friendly mobile technology. At Anthro-Tech, Emily leverages her research talents and insights as an usability specialist and user researcher. Her user-centered design projects often focus on accessibility research and underrepresented communities nationally.
When she’s not in the office you can find her in a hot yoga class, rock climbing, dancing at any live music show, or belting her heart out at karaoke. You may also find her lounging with her family and snuggling with her sister’s sugar gliders.
Never let your fear decide your fate
What defines you
My ability to connect with others
Cause that means the most to you
Learning how to better communicate with and effectively support different groups
Can't live without
Coffee, Pizza, and Moscow Mules
Favorite movie / TV show / podcast
I shamefully love garbage Reality TV
What have you learned
We rise by lifting others