Thea combines a passion for science and problem solving to help 3D clients identify essential information for their most important projects.
Thea’s approach to research is rooted in her skills both as a researcher and educator. She brings a data-driven mindset, a sharp eye for detail, and a collaborative attitude to all her projects.
Prior to joining 3D, Thea worked as a genetics researcher studying neurodegenerative diseases, and as a tutor for high school and college students. She holds a degree in Behavioral Neuroscience from Western Washington University.
Thea currently resides in Washington where her spare time is spent skiing, traveling, playing tabletop games, and performing at open mic nights.