I have over a decade of experience applying behavioral science to business strategy, product management, and design. Across startups to enterprise to public sector, I’ve worked in areas like chronic disease management, voter turnout, mental health, and retirement savings.
Teams I’ve worked with include at least a 16 startups that have exited, backed by top investors like Founder’s Fund, YC, NEA, and True Ventures. I’ve also worked with enterprise companies like SalesForce, government projects like Obamacare, research teams @ UCSF and Harvard, and fintech orgs like Common Cents & Irrational Labs.
By my count, 18 of the ~40 startups I’ve worked with have exited (20 still active)
A majority of the organizations I’ve collaborated with have been startups, but a majority of the time and experience was in the public sector or enterprise space.
Intervention design for a hypertension program that brought 50% more patients to BP control range in 1/3 the time as standard care @ UCSF
Adherence program for an HIV prophylaxis, with 100% retention and 79% compliance at 36 week follow-up (peer-reviewed)
Corporate wellness program with avg. weight loss > 0.5 lb / wk, BP reduction of 5%, and statistically significant improvements on lipid panels in a 10-week program
Product design for online mental health platform with effect size of 1.12 for severely distressed patients and in 1/3 less time vs. other standards of care, and 84% recommendation level
Product & design leadership @ Health eHeart, the largest longitudinal health study in human history, which has already produced more than a dozen novel medical findings published in peer-reviewed journals from its nearly half a million study participants
With DNP, 27% successfully set up an automated savings account, which provided significant financial security to employees at places like Lowe's.
ClarityMoney and CreditKarma were pro bono work through CommonCents Lab (though involved and impactful projects nonetheless—see the CCL annual report for details).
Paper/postcard mail intervention for college savings targeted at low-income or elementary school-age children
Service design work for the first virtual clinical visits @ Partners’, which were proven to be equal efficacy vs in-person for cardiovascular and mental health
Cognitive load/usability-focused redesign of ACA exchanges in multiple states