Beyond Type 1 has the largest social media online community of ANY diabetes organization worldwide with more than 2 million community members impacted by Type 1 diabetes. Founded in February 2015, Beyond Type 1 is a start-up/nonprofit focused on improving daily life for those impacted by Type 1 diabetes. Leveraging the power social media and technology, we are building a powerhouse global community, tackling big issues - such as awareness, access, and misdiagnosis.
Bike Beyond is an epic, 10-week adventure taken on by a team of 20 cyclists living with Type 1 diabetes. pedaling from New York City to San Francisco. The international team is pedaling from New York to San Francisco Summer 2017! I've had the immense privilege to serve as Lead Coordinator on the Beyond Type 1 side of this ride - working on everything from team selection to overseeing logistics to making sure we're sharing the journey with the world!
User research and health information writing for the all-new pediatricinnovation.org - a project for the Institute for Pediatric Innovation. Developed new site and improved communications strategy based on best practices, A/B testing, and user feedback.
Plated Pairings is a campaign designed to improve the dietary habits of 20-something young professionals. Determined not to develop a bland public health campaign, my strategy was to present the idea of purchasing vegetables and cooking them yourself in a novel way. In order to do so I created the branded campaign “Plated Pairings” which curates delicious vegetable dishes and beverage pairings.
Laura Martin’s son Joseph was born four months before his due date. He is now six and, like many preemies, continues to face complex medical challenges. I had the opportunity to speak with about Laura the positive impact the ACE Kids Act would have on her family – and why you should support the Act today.
Not everyone with type 1 diabetes wants an insulin pump. In an article for Diabetesmine, I share my personal experiences with t1d medical devices.
I interviewed Mike and Kezia Fitzgerald about their path to founding CareAline and some of the challenges faced in both pediatric care and in starting their own small medical device company. This piece was created for the Institute for Pediatric Innovation's newsletter and blog.
While working at Dana-Farber I had the opportunity to write for their blog. For this piece, I interviewed Patricia Arcari, PhD, RN, of Dana-Farber's Zakim Center for Integrative Therapies.
Created for Energize Everett, a Mass in Motion community health program. Energize Everett works to increase access to healthy food and physical activity for city residents. The program's interventions are firmly rooted in the social-ecological model of health. I designed this one-pager in order to help explain how factors like housing access and education influence the health of those living in a given community.
I created this one-pager for the Everett Community Health Program's Urban Agriculture Expansion Project when they were in the early stages of raising awareness and recruiting interest to their cause. This was handed out at public forums with community groups and city councilmen to help attendees understand what urban agriculture is and what benefits it could have to their community.