For many years, I've been the one who organized people, projects, and things. Most of the time that "organizing" revolved around the visual: documentary films, motion graphics, the elements of interior design as captured by photography.

Nowadays, I'm studying UX design, data visualization and product management at UC Berkeley's School of Information. And boy, do I study. (I'm very studious.)


I'd like to take a break from all that studying with a sensational internship in summer 2016. Products and projects in the realm of social impact, civic technology, or enterprise software are enthusiastically welcomed.


If you're curious what it might be like to work with me, but have no idea where to start the conversation, here are some handy icebreakers for you:

  • Did I really help deliver a baby in a bathtub?
  • What's a delicious new recipe I cooked recently?
  • "The prom dress and the flame thrower"...???
  • What kinds of people did I meet while hitchhiking across New Zealand?
  • What's it like to interview Noam Chomsky?
  • Can I really judo throw a 200 lb. human over my shoulder?

If you’d like to chat about any of those things, or heck, even about UX design, write me a note at mollymahar [at] gmail [dot] com.