I recently completed my PhD in CS and Human-Centered Computing (HCC) at the University of Colorado Boulder. As a part of the Correll Robotics Lab and the Superhuman Computing Lab, my research focused on e-textile and wearable technology development for novel sensing and interaction techniques, accessibility, and social acceptability. I came to CU from Georgia Tech where I received my masters in Industrial Design. Much of my time at Tech was spent infiltrating the Computer Science Labs where I hopped on interactive technology projects of all shapes and sizes. I have a keen interest in Human Computer Interaction with a specific focus on how wearable and embedded technology can be used for assistive purposes to help improve one’s standard of living. Prior to my graduate work, I attended the University of Miami where I studied Management Science.