Inspired by Derek Sivers of this and this, and Gregory Brown, shared with me by my husband, via his discovery of Sloww, here’s what I’m up to as of spring 2021.


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Out in the World:

I just wrapped up participation as a specialist in a four-week water and climate-focused venture studio called X Genesis and it was an incredible experience.

I was fortunate to participate in a panel for women in tech leadership through the Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce.

I’m preparing to lead a workshop with the Central Mountain SBDC on 5/13 virtually about thriving as a remote worker.

I’m researching for a couple of blog posts I’m writing for Startup Colorado.

We made a pandemic move a few counties west of where we were and have been settling in to our new home and home town. I wrote about that research process here and here


women working remotely iconConsulting Work:

I just joined a data lifecycle management consulting engagement as a UX Architect and rolled off a super cool B2B video-related software project to make a proof of concept solution production-ready in Q1 of 2021. The last project held the record for number of time zones involved at EIGHT. If you’re interested in working with me, I’ll have availability starting in July of 2021.


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  • Currently listening to Game Thinking by Amy Jo Kim
  • Next up: The Ministry for the Future by Kim Stanley Robinson




I continue to build on my research related to organizations, accelerators, and investors to watch who are making positive social impact in the world and how technology and other business leaders (and parents) have the responsibility to prioritize the cultivation of anti-racist, anti-oppressive organizations (and families). Also recently created a new page outlining why I quit using Facebook several years ago.


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A while back, I taught myself how to use Google’s Speech-to-Text API in order to run an audio file through to get back a podcast transcript to see if that was a viable solution for Humanitou. (It wasn’t viable, but it sure was a fun challenge. And yes, I did yell and jump up and down with glee when I got my first transcript back.)


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