• professional bio



    Director of Talent Acquisition & Development, Hillary for America

    I build teams that matter.

    I approach hiring, culture, and career strategy through the lens of meaningful work.


    My expertise includes executive & mid-level search, hiring process design, modern recruiting tools & platforms, professional development & career-pathing, and culture design.


    I love getting to know talented people, and helping them build careers worth having.



    I commit to projects that involve smart people working to make massive impact.

    Hillary for America

    Director of Talent Acquisition & Development

    I oversee the recruiting operations and talent development initiatives for Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign.


    My talent acquisition portfolio includes overseeing our application system and processes, choosing our recruiting tools and channels, designing hiring workflows and interview plans, as well as running candidate sourcing support for our teams (e.g. analytics, field, operations, digital, engineering & product).


    My talent development portfolio includes coordinating our executive coaching program, conducting management trainings, and administering and analyzing staff surveys to make sure feedback is flowing smoothly within and between our teams.


    This Fast Company article, How the Hillary Campaign Built a Staff as Diverse as America, explains our approach to team building at the campaign.

    Chief Executive Officer

    I cofounded ReWork in 2011 to make it easier for talented people to build careers working on society's most pressing challenges.


    In the years since, ReWork has supported tens of thousands of talented professionals with their career design and job transitions, and has worked with hundreds of purpose-driven hiring managers to find the right person for their team.


    ReWork provides recruiting services to organizations that are transforming industries like education, public health, community development, financial inclusion, and international development, among many others.


    I stepped down as CEO of ReWork in early 2015, when I was asked to join Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign.



    My networks are entrepreneurial and impact-driven.
    My background is in economics and ecology - complex systems.

    New York City Venture Fellows

    Fellow // 2015

    I was honored to be one of 33 entrepreneurs selected for the New York City Venture Fellows program, which selects the most promising startup leaders in New York and pairs them with mentors, peer-learning opportunities, and introductions to seasoned investors.


    New Leaders Council

    Fellow - New York City // 2015

    I was one of 20 millennial leaders selected for the New York City region to join the NLC community for a five-month program designed to introduce us to the world of progressive policy, politics, campaigns, and organizing.


    Singularity University

    Executive Program // December 2012

    At this program we spent 10 days examining the technological development of networks & computing systems, renewable energy sources & storage technologies, nanotechnology & molecular assembly, robotics & artificial intelligence, neuroscience, and 3D printing & distributed manufacturing.


    Unreasonable Institute

    Fellow // 2011

    I spent six weeks living in a house with 24 other entrepreneurs and 60+ mentors - specialists in branding, startup finance, team building, operations, fundraising, communications, and more - learning how to build a mission-driven startup.


    Blekinge Tekniska Hogskola

    Masters of Science, Strategic Sustainable Development // 2011

    I went to Karlskrona, Sweden to study strategic sustainable development under Karl-Henrik Robert in his MSLS program. The program revolves around a methodology that companies and governments can use to improve their competitive advantage by strategically addressing social and environmental challenges.


    Thesis: Embedding socio-economic sustainability into impact investor due diligence.

    University of Vermont

    Bachelor of Arts, Global Human Impact Studies // 2008

    I studied the interconnected systemic issues that society has become aware of in recent decades – from climate change and consequences of fossil fuel use, to ecological collapse and biodiversity loss, to topsoil erosion and deforestation, to preventable disease, malnutrition, and poverty.


    Thesis: Ecological wastewater treatment in Stonetown, Zanzibar: A feasibility analysis.

    School for International Training

    Coastal Ecology in Zanzibar // 2006

    I lived with a local family in Stonetown, learned Swahili, and studied marine and coastal ecosystems, including whale shark migration patterns and population dynamics of large mammals in Saadani National Park.