I have a BS in Mechanical Engineering from MIT (2014) and an MS in Engineering and Management with a focus in User-Centered Design from MIT (2017). I am pursuing my Executive Masters in Sustainability Transition Management from the Università di Bologna (expected graduation September 2022). I am a certified Lean Six Sigma Black Belt and Project Management Professional (PMP). I have an active SECRET Clearance. I have worked as a sexual assault prevention and education advocate at MIT, as a summer intern at the startup Freight Farms, as a Process Improvement Engineer deployed to the Supply Chain at General Dynamics Electric Boat (EB) in Groton, CT, and most recently as a Management Analyst government contractor to the N8 Budget Office on the US Navy Base at Capodichino in Naples, Italy. I hope to become more deeply involved in the field of Sustainability and policy-making.
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A Few Key Projects:
Captain’s Council (EB):
Founded a grassroots initiative to solicit and implement continuous improvement submissions. This also involved Training the Trainer and mentoring several Individual Contributors through the Green Belt process.
Supply Chain Value Assessment (EB):
Performed a comprehensive value assessment of the Supply Chain Management which included under- standing program inefficiencies and shortfalls and surpluses in manning.
Response to ASECNAV Critique (EB):
In response to a critical failure in supplier quality for a mission critical submarine component and critique issued by ASECNAV Geurts, was selected as the lead Process Process Improvement Engineer to help direct senior management (VP Supplier Quality, Directors of Supplier Quality, Engineering, and Supply Chain) in process mapping why and how the critical failures occurred.
Basic Ordering Agreement Process and Brief (EB):
Ran a bi-weekly brief with senior management and Supply Chain VP reporting and analyzing data of a $100M+ process evaluating ways to stream line and improve the quality of procuring design parts.
Voice of the Customer Research (startup):
Identified potential new customers for the flagship product and conducted several phone interviews to gauge interest in a new product the startup was thinking about branching into. Assembled the feedback and provided a suggested course of action to leadership.