Chief Design Officer at Neon. Before I worked at Twitter, Lyft and Google.


I am dedicated to creating diverse teams and cultivating safe spaces for innovation and business profitability. Throughout my career, I have played a key role in developing numerous successful products from inception to launch, and expanding their user base to billions. I have a passion for elevating design excellence and business longevity, and have collaborated with multidisciplinary executive leaders to achieve this goal.

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Chief Design Officer, Neon

Evolving an org of 65+ super talented designers and researchers. Neon is a digital banking fintech focused on unbanked population it has 15M clients and raised 300M in 2022. Doubled the team, revamped the design culture and the shifted product direction.

Sr. Product Design Manager, Twitter

Explore Immersive View Experiment

Explore Immersive View Experiment

Led core parts of Twitter: Explore, Search and Trends & Events, with a team of Staff Designers. Launched a a immersive way to consume and discover tweets, in close collaboration with the AI team.

Head of Design, Lyft Business

How Salesforce uses Lyft Business

How Salesforce uses Lyft Business

Led a team covering 9 product areas: Concierge, Business Portal, Developer Portal, Healthcare, Lyft Pass, Events, Delivery, Business Travel, and Special Projects. Also managed Internal Tools team.

Help Lyft stay sustainable with B2B2C initiatives and kept they do-good brand during the pandemic.

Head of Design, NBU, Curator team – Google

The impact of Files by Google on Indian Android users

The impact of Files by Google on Indian Android users

I was at Google for almost a decade. Led launch of 0–billions products: Files by Google, Camera Go, Android TV data saver. Helped to launch Google My Business, Google+, Spaces, Who's Down, YouTube Go. Led Orkut. Led startup-like teams, distributed in US, Brazil, India and Singapore.

"I love how easy Google makes it once you’ve decided you want to delete or move something. You tap a button and are taken to a second screen. Once there, you’re able to select all listed files or individual files one by one or to delete. Press delete and they’re gone. It’s that simple. The list of files is laid out well, you can tell exactly what you’re doing, and the process is fast. Kudos to the design team." Android Authority