I’m a spatial thinker, analyst, developer and researcher based in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
My work focuses on the intersection of geography
I’m currently working in the insurance sector and the University of Waterloo identifying new ways and strategies to manage Canadians’ risks to natural disasters. I’m interested in using technology to help people understand problems and prioritize action where it is most needed. I hope my work helps communities and individuals become more resilient to extreme weather events.
You can check out an interactive map I made for a UNFCCC-initiated event on climate and energy here
, a visualization tool I developed that shows climate change impacts in small rural communities here
, and a peer-reviewed policy brief I co-wrote on sustainable insurance and climate change here
Some of my other loves/hobbies include painting, reading about the digital age and hypothetical futures, and volunteering (as much as I can!).
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