Amy is a Masters student of Tangible Interaction Design at Carnegie Mellon University. In May 2014 she received her Bachelors of Arts in Architecture from Carnegie Mellon University. Her current work focuses on wearable healthcare technologies, and sports performance technology that pushes the boundaries. There is a disconnect between what is advocated as a healthy lifestyle and what people truly accomplish each day. With better design we can improve the usability of technologies and strengthen the importance of healthy living to the everyday person.