Marjunique Louis is a driven and passionate UX apprentice with a background in social media and marketing. Originally from New Orleans, she pursued her B.A. in mass communication at Loyola University and is currently pursuing a Master of Science in Information at the University of Michigan.
Marjunique has developed her skills as a UX researcher through collaborative projects and while working with her university library to create equitable spaces and ensure accessibility of library resources. She has applied the same principles to her work as a UX apprentice for Exceptional Lives, where she focuses on making our disability resources accessible and understandable for parents. Marjunique brings a user-centered approach to her work, using her skills to create a meaningful experience for BIPOC communities.