Founder/CEO of Impact Biosystems, I set out to create a way to help athletes feel better, recover from injury quicker, and perform at their peak. But in order to do that, Impact had to create new tools to measure people’s bodies, their muscles, and rethink what that measurement scale would be.
As an engineer at heart, I got my first patent at age 16, and went on to MIT to get a degree in Mechanical Engineering. My career began at SONOS, where I started in product development and then moved into project management. But Impact is where I got the chance to combine my skills in engineering, product vision, and management with my passion of running, yoga, and overall health & wellness – all to create something that has never been done before.