top of page

education and awards


Tufts University, Medford MA

Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, magna cum laude, May 2020

GPA: 3.72, Dean’s List (All Semesters)

Winner of the C-17 Flight Mascot Design Challenge as Crowd Favorite, 2020

Recipient of The George H. and Marion E. Gowdy Prize for Mechanical Engineering, 2019

Chosen applicant to attend weeklong wearable tech workshop in Germany, 2019

Work Experience 


nTop, July 2022 - Present
          Senior Solution Engineer, July 2022 - Present        

          Senior Onboarding Engineer, November 2021 - July 2022
          Onboarding Engineer, July 2021 - November 2021
Associate Customer Success Engineer, February 2021 - July 2021

Designing, Analyzing, and Content Creation

  • Solved design challenges and created 80+ Custom Blocks (reusable workflows) to share solutions across teams and customers

  • Developed beginner to advanced content for 20+ lessons on designing in nTop -- many found now on the nTop Learn Training Page

Teaching, Collaborating, Communicating 

  • Taught over 20+ different training topics to customers and have completed training for 70+ companies in biomedical, automotive, aerospace, consumer products, and apparel industries

  • Led webinars and one-on-one sessions with customers on application-specific training encompassing latticing, designing for additive manufacturing, topology optimization, static analysis, thermal analysis, field-driven design, heat exchanger design, and more within nTop


  • Started the onboarding engineering department within nTop and developed the plan for creating the nTop Learning Center

  • Managed the creation of 10 long-form courses by seven engineers for the nTop Learning Center, which involved developing and presenting the project timeline and requirements, meeting with stakeholders across the organization to set up the learning center, and gaining in and checking in with engineers and reviewing final courses

  • Provided projects and guidance for two onboarding engineers and led the team on initiatives and goals for onboarding through weekly meetings, check-ins, and project roadmaps


Stryker, AO Additive Technology Applications Intern, May 2019 - August 2019

Designing, Analyzing

  • Redesigned biomedical products for additive manufacturing for a robotic arm, for a spinal project, and a Trauma and Extremities instrument (creating 20 iterations of designs) through the addition of lattices for light-weighting, topology optimization, and 3D modeling

  • Developed workflows for FEA testing of lattice structures throughout multiple design software and developed a lattice structure library from the FEA analysis


  • Prepared parts for additive manufacturing using Materialise Magics

  • Printed prototypes on SLM printers; prepared SLM printed parts (removing supports, heat treating and sandblasting)

Teaching, Collaborating, Communicating

  • Assisted in workshops for R&D on DfAM

  • Created documentation and tutorials for additive design

  • Communicated with clients implementing their needs and requirements in designs

  • Presented updates at weekly meetings and a final PowerPoint presentation for Additive Team

Anchor 1

Bray Labs, Tufts University, Shop Assistant, June 2018 - May 2020

Designing, Prototyping

  • Designed 10+ projects for the shop to demonstrate the capabilities of our tools

  • Improved signage and videos with Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign and Premiere

  • Assembled new machines and supplies for the shop; completed metal fabrication for projects for professors and students

Teaching, Communicating

  • Trained students on equipment (3D printers, CNC router, band saws, drill presses, desktop mill, jump shear, solder and hand drills) in the shop

  • Developed documentation for the CNC Router and other machines

  • Advised students with their personal or school projects on fabrication and design

  • Trained students in labs in metal casting, foam/cardboard prototyping, and sketching


Leadership Experience


Women in 3D Printing, Boston, MA, Ambassador, 2023 - Present

  • Collaborated with local companies such as Autodesk, Desktop Metal, Artisan's Asylum and Greentown Labs, and planned networking events and panels for 3D printing professionals in the Boston Area

  • Co-led communication to the entire Boston Women in 3D Printing community around events


​Tufts Bikes, Medford, MA, President, Head of Communications, Member, 2016-2020​

  • Planned and executed the email and social media page

  • Organized bike rides, events and meetings for the club; oversaw five other roles on the executive team 

Wearable Tech Week, Medford, MA, Leader and Organizer, November 2020

  • Planned events relating to wearable tech for each day of the school week: Intro to Sewing, Intro to Electronics, Fabrics Sensors, Wearable Tech Mixer and Skype Talk with Leah Buechley which reached 30+ students

  • Led the workshops on sewing and fabric sensors as well as interviewing Leah Buechley


FDM and SLA 3D Printers, CNC Router, Laser Cutter, Horizontal and Vertical Band Saws, Drill Press, Jump Shear, Beverly Shear, Belt Sander, Grinder, Soldering Iron, Welding, Sewing Machine, Lathe




SolidWorks, nTop, Element, Rhino, PTC, Inventor, Revit, AutoCAD




Ansys Workbench and Discovery, Materialise Magics, Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Microsoft Office




Arduino, Python, HTML/CSS, Scratch

Technical Skills

bottom of page