About Me

Veronica is not just a designer. She finished a Bachelor’s degree in Industrial Design from the Georgia Institute of Technology (in 2017), true; but she is not just a designer.

She grew up working with her dad in the wood-shop. She spent her free time getting into trouble for accidentally leaving project remnants in the garage (nails in dad’s tires), or hot gluing something to the floor. Now she enjoys more productive forms of creation and destruction.

When she is not working full time as an Experience Designer at Delta Air Lines she can be found tucked into the corner of her living room — turned workshop — tinkering away at all manner of products. She creates elaborate cosplays from scratch, designs and stitches all manner of apparel, and invents nifty gadgets to hold her husband’s many ties.

When she is not physically building she is wrapping her head around her unrealized ideas while playing online games, or relaxing out in the yard with her husband and her dog.

In short, Veronica is not just a designer. She is a maker, a thinker, an inventor, and creator.



In the News

Innovation Soars at The Hangar in Tech Square

May 2, 2017


Featuring my job at the Global Innovation Center with Delta Air Lines.

Inventure Prize 2017 Finalists

March 2017


Featuring Gaitway as one of 6 finalists

Better Bars Eliminate Barriers to Physical Therapy for Children

March 14, 2017


Featuring Gaitway

Students Participate in Record Numbers in Spring CIC

April 18, 2016


Featuring KeyMat (1st in ‘Connected Home’ category at CiC and winner of the Universal Design Award from TechSAge)