With a passion for learning, I joined UCSF to learn more about the impact of the advancement of healthcare, and do more to support my community, San Francisco. My years of experience working across different industries has gained me wealth of knowledge and diverse perspective on collaborations, ideation, big picture, and building relationships.
Currently, I am serving as executive assistant to Dr. Atul Butte, Chief Data Scientist for UC Health and Director of the Center for Data-driven Insights and Innovation. Dr. Butte is also a Priscilla Chan and Mark Zuckerberg Distinguished Professor and Director of the Bakar Computational Health Sciences at UCSF.
My career at UCSF started in 2016 with the Department of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging where I initially supported the research efforts of the Hyperpolarized MRI Technology Resource Center (HMTRC). This center is composed of faculty engaged in developing, training, and advancing MRI technology, with Dr. Dan Vigneron as its center director. Thereafter, in 2020, I served as executive assistant to Dr. Sharmila Majumdar, Margaret Hart Surbeck Distinguished Professor and Vice-Chair for Research, and former UCSF Academic Senate Chair. During my time at Radiology, in addition to executive level support, I helped managed the coordination of various departmental scientific steering committees, their Seed Grant Program, and helped manage the Education Pillar Program within the UCSF Center for Intelligent Imaging, an institutional resource focused on applications of artificial intelligence and image analysis tools in medical imaging.
My UCSF activities include being proud members of the UC Oracles Toastmasters and the UCSF Administrative Management Professionals.
For leisure, I enjoy long walks with family at Lands End San Francisco, volunteering in my neighborhood, travel, and visiting parks and museums.