What are your responsibilities at the Keller Center?
I manage the Tiger Challenge, a co-curricular program which allows both undergraduates and graduates to learn about and experience "design thinking" hands-on. I am also always available to chat about project ideas or ideas in general.
What attracted you to the Keller Center?
I first came across the Keller Center as a graduate student here at Princeton, during which I greatly benefited from the education, experience, and opportunities. Now as a Design Program Manager, I am both grateful and excited to continue to build on the legacy of the Keller Center.
What do you appreciate most about the Keller Center?
The genuine belief in innovation and design which results in actual, substantial impact.
What advice would you have for students about getting involved at the Keller Center?
Be open-minded and creative. There is an abundance of programs, courses, and opportunities at the Keller Center for students to explore things they are interested in, and things they do not know they're interested in. I would encourage students to sit down and talk to faculty and staff to see what we have here for them.