Borgne is a research professional passionate about data quality and security. She first worked at the University of Minnesota as an interviewer for the Minnesota Center for Twin and Family Research on a variety of longitudinal studies focused on the genetic factors of mental health disorders. In 2021, she moved to the Adolescent Brain and Cognitive Development study where she worked with adolescent participants and their families to assess an array of factors that impact brain development during youth and young adulthood. Before coming to MSI, she worked for Meta Platforms to test virtual reality prototypes. As MSI’s data steward, she works directly with researchers to resolve data management needs and ensure that protected data requirements are clearly defined and understood by all parties.
B.A., Psychological Science, Vassar College