Hello! I am a curious web-cartographer and coder in San Francisco, CA, USA. Right now, I work at . I used to make magic at the Mozilla Science Lab on open source projects and open web/science fellowships. I also co-led the NYC chapter of Girl Develop It, taught web-programming at Parsons-J+D, NYU-ITP, and SVA-DSI, and gave talks on geospatial tech at conferences.
Previously, I was a lab tech in libraries, a map scientist at Carto + Ushahidi, a sem-web radio show host, an author at O'Reilly, and a curator of curiosities at That Belongs in a Museum. Learn more in my CV, or check the links at right and the buttons above.
Aure is part of a longer name that is both a jellyfish genus and a web-framework; I like science, scripting, and sobriquets.