I'm General Manager of Divvy, leading Chicago's bike share system to be the most convenient, fast, fun, and affordable way to get around the city. In just over four years, Divvy riders have taken more than 12 million trips and the system has grown to 6,000 bikes across 580 stations covering more than 100 square miles. 

In 2013, I served as Marketing Director on the Divvy launch team, and was responsible for branding, public relations, and customer service. As General Manager, I now oversee operations for an organization of 100+ people who make Divvy roll, grow, and improve 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. 

Before Divvy, I worked in marketing and business roles for a range of organizations. I've worked on projects for big technology companies such as YouTube, Groupon, Visa, and Time Inc. as well as national nonprofits including Ad Council, American Cancer Society, Refugees International, Sierra Club, and Animal Legal Defense Fund. I earned an MBA from Yale School of Management, where I focused on the overlap between business and social good.