Bridget is a research professional whose insights have been used in innovation design, communications strategy, and user experience design. For the past 15 years, she has worked with clients around the globe and across a wide variety of industries, including, financial services, technology, telecommunications, and consumer products. In all of her projects she helps clients connect the dots from meaningful research data to tangible, actionable opportunities for change; serving as either a problem-solver or a storyteller, usually both.
MS Information Science, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
BA English Literature, Boston University
Places I’ve worked
I’ve made and sold lemonade from a cart near Fenway Park. I’ve gone office to office providing tech support for the UNC hospital system. And I’ve signed constituent letters with an auto-pen for a US Congressman. None of those recently though…
Places I’ve Lived
Outside of MAYA
Getting reacquainted with the city of my youth through photography—I’ve missed its hills and low clouds, the tangles of telephone wires and insanely steep steps, the evidence of its industry in warehouses, river views, and dusty shot and beer bars. I also hang out with my husband and son.
Favorite Places to Visit
Any art museum, but particularly the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston.
Any mountain town, but particularly Jerome, Arizona.
Any beach town, but particularly Sea Isle City on the Jersey Shore.
First Thing I Built
For the 8th grade science fair, a 3-sided display out of cardboard and construction paper on REM sleep, with giant eyeball drawings. Unbelievably it won a prize.