Hi, I'm a product designer at Nava PBC. Previously, I was a Design Director at Vox Media. I work, play, and live in Washington, D.C. At Vox, I led a small team of front-end designers who work with engineers to build products and platforms that help tell our brand partners' stories both on- and off-platform. Prior to that, I helped build the branded content and partnerships business at Vox (now Vox Creative).

I've written about the cross-section between editorial, product, and design. I believe that the best work happens when developers, designers, and reporters become friends, share ideas, and tell stories together. I like thinking about what it means for publishers and storytellers to live in a distributed-platform world.

In 2015, DCFemTech named me one of DC's Most Powerful Women Programmers.

In a former life, I worked in brand strategy consulting for Fortune 500 companies at Prophet, a global consulting firm.

I graduated from Harvard University in 2012, where I earned my degree in Sociology and History. While at Harvard, I ran a digital publication called The Harvard Voice.

📝 I write a weekly newsletter on mixed identity and other personal reflections called Mixed Feelings. Sign up here!

You can email me at ramos.alisha@gmail.com.