My background is in research and program evaluation, with a growing interest in data visualization and effective communication. I’ve been involved in community-based health research for over six years and have led efforts to integrate technology into community research practice, including data collection, patient communication, and team coordination and collaboration. My current interest is in how technology can facilitate the intersection of interprofessional education and practice to improve efficiency, efficacy, and accountability. In 2011, I completed a Master of Public Health degree with a focus on international health and epidemiology and an emphasis on community participation and culturally congruent care. Together with my extensive personal travel experience, my education provided a strong understanding of health disparities among disadvantaged, isolated, and underserved populations.