Physicist turned Mobile Engineer living in Cincinnati, OH, trying to make the world a lil better
through apps and advocacy.
I'm interested in making tech more accessible for more people. I love
solving challenging problems, building beautiful and accessible Android
apps with diverse and inclusive teams, and trying to lower the barrier
of entry for aspiring developers.
I like exploring new libraries, features, and architectures, learning better ways
to build Android projects, and sharing my knowledge with the community.
I'm an Google
I'm a co-author on
I have an eclectic collection of accent chairs, glasses, and statement
of DEI rescourses for better hiring in tech
Can I be a Developer?
Android example apps used for mentoring, talks, and demos
NEW TO ANDROID?
That's great! You'll need to know a little Kotlin and Android. I
Google Code Labs
, and Ray Wenderlich
get started! But there are so many other great (free!) resources!
WHERE TO FIND ME
You can always find me hanging out in the Women Who Code Cincinnati
and the Women Who Code Mobile
and say hi! Or you can follow me on
. I occasionally
make jokes about Android.
Lessons in Tech Panel • Koin, Hilt, & Mockk: Introduction and Demo [Code
] • Women of Mobile Panel [Recording
• DataBinding in Android [Code
• Using Flutter to build a Geo-Spatial App [Code
Cincinnati Tech Tea • Intro to JSON & Flutter [Code
] • Beyond the Smartphone Panel •
Navigation Components [Code
] • Android DataStore
] • Accessibility in
] • Intro to Git
and GitHub [Slides
] • Friends that Code Podcast • Women
In Tech Panel