CJ was raised outside of Wichita, KS, and obtained a B.S. in chemistry from Pittsburg State University. She was PSU’s first Barry M. Goldwater Scholar, America’s most prestigious undergraduate scholarship in the natural sciences, mathematics, and engineering. CJ completed a Ph.D. in Analytical Chemistry from the University of Arizona, a top 10 program for this field. She has worked for more than 15 years in product research and development for multinational pharmaceutical and medical device corporations, moving from bench scientist to people manager and team lead. Her publication topics span applied supervised and unsupervised learning algorithms, thermodynamics for large-scale manufacturing processes, and fundamentals of digital cameras. CJ is a board member of the Bioscience Industry Organization for Southern Arizona and March for Science Southern Arizona. The incorporation of science and evidence in policy and decision-making is what drove her interest in Tech Law. CJ enjoys thoroughly exploring the food scene in Tucson, UNESCO’’s first US City of Gastronomy.
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