Mary leads usability efforts in Princeton's Office of Information Technology, helping the University to institutionalize a centralized UX practice and working to integrate UX into project and service design methods.
Previously she managed the Project Management Office for Academic Technology Services and started up and managed the University's Web Development Services group, where she implemented usability practices in the design and development of websites and applications. Mary is a seasoned speaker and educator whose recent presentations and training sessions for organizations including Educause, DrupalCon, HighEdWeb, the Kurogo User Conference and New Jersey PMI have covered topics in user experience practices, leadership and persuasion, the project process and collaboration.
Mary holds an MS in Instructional Technologies, with a BA and advanced academic training in French. She is also a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) from the Project Management Institute and a member of the International Association of Accessibility Professionals.