Aubrey is a creative thinker who values, supports, and produces ideas that push boundaries. She translate ideas into solutions that make an impact. After her undergraduate studies, Aubrey spent two years discovering more about people around the world before beginning the EDI program. Teaching English in Malaysia as a Fulbright English Teaching Assistant and traveling through Europe and Southeast Asia helped her identify her passion for human centered design.

Why EDI?

Aubrey completed her undergraduate degree in engineering because she loves solving problems, but her true passion lies in making things that help people. She wants to translate her ideas into real solutions that make an impact even if just for one person. Aubrey chose EDI because of its unique collaborative approach that combines engineering and human centered design and provides the experiences and opportunities to develop a breadth of design skills that emphasize human interactions and motivations.


BS, Biomedical Engineering, Tulane University

Work Experience 

English Teaching Assistant, U.S. Fulbright Program, Malaysia
Research Fellow, Oregon National Primate Research Institute
Clinical Engineer, Engineering World Health, Arusha Tanzania