Hey, I am Karina. I am a designer who is simplifying complexity costs of human-software interfaces and visualizing stories through data and information graphics. I love deepening my mind in finding new ways to uncover truths from investigative research on human rights violations as well as researching ethical implications of human interactions with emerging technologies. I also enjoy UI development and machine learning.

My work contributes to the New York Times, Human Rights Center, and Lovers Magazine. Previously I contributed to Dropbox, Hallo, Fireflies.ai, Blueprint, the Daily Californian, The Blum Center for Developing Economies, CITRIS & The Banatao Institute, the UN, and European Youth Parliament.

I am a third-year undergraduate studying data science (cognition), public policy, and geospatial information systems at University of California, Berkeley. I am a Northern Viet, who was born and raised in Eastern Ukraine, where I graduated from music school. Email / Github / Twitter / Linkedin.