I am a first year PhD student in the Department of Information Science at the University of Colorado, Boulder.

Current Work: I am part of the Philanthropic Informatics Research Lab (PIRL) under my advisor, Dr. Amy Voida. I am particularly interested in understanding how data impacts nonprofit organizations that provide direct services to clients. One of the key research questions I hope to address is whether data can be an effective tool to help nonprofit direct-service workers cope with burnout.

Previous Work: I earned an MS in Clinical Social Work and a BS in Psychology from The University of Texas at Austin. I have over 7 years of experience as a clinical licensed social worker (LCSW). The majority of my clinical experience has been providing individual, family, and group therapy to families who have experienced trauma.

Research Areas: Philanthropic informatics; frontline mental health workers; organizational health and wellbeing; wearable technology.

Contact: fujiko.robledoyamamoto [at] colorado [dot] edu