Alice Feng is a data visualization developer based in the Washington, DC area. She is passionate about using design to make data and information more accessible to broader audiences and recently has been exploring ways to bring more diversity, equity, and inclusion into the way we visualize data. Alice is one of the co-authors of the Do No Harm Guide, a resource for data visualizers and communicators on how to work with and present data with an equity lens. Her work has also appeared in The Parametric Press, The Pudding, Nightingale, Forbes, and the Stanford Social Innovation Review.
Alice previously worked as a data viz developer at the Urban Institute where she built custom interactive and static data visualizations communicating public policy research and as a senior data scientist at Natera where she applied her skills to improving patient outcomes. Now, she is visualizing data for the United Nations Development Programme. Outside of work, Alice has collaborated with organizations such as DataKind and Data4Change. She has a master’s in statistical practice from Carnegie Mellon University and a bachelor’s in economics and animate arts from Northwestern University.