Hey there, I’m Liz!
Whether connecting radical ideas to a knowledge-hungry audience or connecting products to their markets, clear content and fluid design create and sustain community. I write content and develop interfaces that knit people together. I also research data aggregation and data use through the lens of womanist poetics.
I’m a doctoral candidate in Literatures in English at Cornell University, the 2019 Mellon Editorial Fellow at Northwestern University Press, and a 2020 graduate of the Full-Stack Web Development Bootcamp at the Northwestern University School of Professional Studies.
Currently, I’m working on my doctoral dissertation, Dirty Computer Data: Black Data Ethics. This project inspired riversides2106, a collaborative virtual reality choreography project. I have also written, designed, and built content for social media, institutional marketing campaigns, professional portfolio websites, e-commerce sites, and all kinds of scholarly projects.
I’m born and based on Chicago’s Southside. Definitely drinking herbal tea and playing 90’s R&B at this exact moment.