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During my career I’ve worked internationally and domestically, for non-profits and global corporations and I've been in the food and ag. industries, as well as finance and technology. Along the way, I realized that I'm a serial innovator and relationship builder. Now, I’m focused on quantum computing and AI.
So how did I get here?
Well, when I was in high school my physics teacher told our class about a book he was reading on quantum mechanics and how he was having trouble wrapping his mind around it. While I didn’t think much of it at the time, my teacher’s comments stuck with me and (years later) sparked my journey into quantum computing.
Since 2018, I’ve been strategically moving into the quantum computing space, which has led me to sharpen both my hard and soft skills. And over the last couple of years, I: became a leader of the Minnesota Quantum Computing Meetup, completed a data science bootcamp, joined the Women in Quantum Advisory Board and took on a volunteer role with a quantum computing and AI startup called Boltz.ai.
This path hasn’t always been easy, but it’s been remarkably rewarding and I can’t wait to see what’s next.