• PopCop Advisory Committee Member, (2017+)
  • Population Health Community of Practice (PopCop) Member (2016+)
  • Member, AcademyHealth (2016+)
  • Advisory Committee Member (2016+), Chicago Public Health GIS Network
  • Graduate Student Board Member (2016-2018), Health and Medical Geography Specialty Group, AAG
  • Colloquium Coordinator (2015-2016), Department of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning, ASU
  • Peer Advisor (2015-2017), Sun Devil Support Network, ASU
  • Director of Wellness (Spring 2015), Elected, Graduate and Professional Student Organization, ASU
  • Volunteer (Spring 2015), Association of American Geographers (AAG) Conference
  • Assembly Member-At-Large (Fall 2014), Elected, Graduate and Professional Student Organization, ASU
  • Coordinator (2013-2014), Chicago Public Health GIS Network
  • Communications Chair (2011-2013), Elected, Engineers Without Borders Chicagoland Professionals Chapter



Chicago Department of Public Health

I have engaged, volunteered, and finally interned with CDPH since 2012. I currently serve as the project lead for Health Access, Healthy Regions, a cross-sector civic technology web application and systems framework for public health planning and evaluation. In 2016 Healthy Access, Healthy Regions was selected as a recipient of AcademyHealth’s Concordium Award for Innovations with Data. The award is designed to spotlight innovative tools and displays of data, at or in partnership with government agencies, to improve public and population health.

Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team

Introduced OSM and HOT Mapping to ASU seniors during GIScience II course. Led an ASU mapathon in Summer 2015. We digitized roads and settlements in regions of Cameroon to support Cholera and Ebola outbreak coordination efforts. Excited about getting more active in the HOT mapping community, and working towards better collaboration between OSM/HOT, tech, and the academic community. (Org info:

West Humboldt Park Development Council

Worked with team to consolidate and organize resource data. Developed customized web mapping application for visualization and exploration of resources for community use. (Org info:

Engineers Without Borders

Served as elected Communications Chair for the Chicagoland Professionals Chapter from 2011-2013, during which I developed and managed main chapter website and worked with team members on multiple projects. Travelled with the Ak’Tenamit team to Guatemala in 2013, and led field-mapping project for site assessment. Developed and managed customized websites for Canchias and Armenta projects. Developed emergency maps for the Canchias project, and prepared hydrologic data for the Armenta project. (Org info: