CV

Professional Summary

My professional goal is to work as a researcher with a Tech company helping to understand how products can be reflective of everyones experience. As a PhD student my work is focused on understanding how a humanities driven approach can be used to reform human-centered technology.

Skills

Qualitative Research  Prototyping     Wireframing     Usability Testing    Writing   HTML & CSS

2020

Design Research Intern,  Microsoft 

Interned with the Modern Life and Learning Studio

Qualitative research on Educational Inequities in K-12th 

2019

Design Research Intern, Microsoft 

Created design tools for employees to build UX Skills 

Developed literature review on UX skill building 

2018

UX Design Consultant, Freelance 

Created wireframes and prototypes for startup FANBOARD 

Georgia State CREST-ED program web designer and developer 

2017

Digital Media Intern, CareSolutions Inc

Performed website testing to ensure its efficiency 

Conducted testing for monitoring tools for clients 

Used Axure and Adobe XD to create wireframes for website

Education

2018- Present 

Georgia Institute of Technology 

 PhD Student in Digital Media with a concentration in Black Media & HCI

2016-2018

Georgia Institute of Technology 

Master of Science in Digital Media, Overall GPA 3.84/4.00

2012-2016

Wesleyan College

 Bachelor of Arts in Integrated Digital Media and Minors in Mathematics & Communication

Overall GPA:3.58/4.00(Cum Laude)

Work Experience

2020

Co-facilitator for  Educational Equity Brainstorm

Jessie Kawata and Brooke Bosley facilitate event for Blacks at Microsoft(E+D organization) Brainstorm

National Women's Studies Association Conference Paper

2020

Brooke Bosley, Black Girl Magic in Film: creating a praxis of Black feminism on identity, spirituality, and embodiment, 

2019

National Women's Studies Association Conference Workshop

Brooke Bosley, Susana Morris, Takeria Blunt, JIhan Sherman, Brandies Marshall, From #hashtags to Movements: Performance, Collective Narrative, and 

Erasure, a Black Feminist Perspective,

Presentations 

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