Mercy is a multifaceted talent. She can build key advanced analytic tools and then interpret the results. She is an excellent writer who can communicate complex ideas so the story is accessible to all. Mercy is also a professional graphic designer and statistical consultant who specializes in data visualization.
With a versatile mix of experiences, Mercy is pulled into many projects. She effortlessly elevates F’inn’s work from “great” to “outstanding”. She also hosts what she likes to call “f’innduction” chats with the newest class of Innovation Analysts as they transition into their new careers, where she and other senior F’inn members provide mentorship and opportunities for personal growth.
Mercy is an academic-turned-innovation researcher with backgrounds in developmental psychology and quantitative data analysis. She graduated with a Master’s Degree in Psychology from the University of Michigan. Before F’inn, she studied how media and sociocultural factors shape children and teens’ understanding of race/ethnicity. Her work has earned multiple awards and honors and have appeared in top developmental and media psychology journals.
What is it like to work at F'inn?
Limitless. It’s a place where I can be myself, dig into things I find interesting, and find new ways of doing things - and that freedom translates into the ability to go above and beyond for clients. The people are awesome, non-toxic like Crayola crayons, and oh so smart.