A thought leader in user design and anthropology, and their applications to healthcare, Molly Beyer contributed to an anthropological perspective to cognitive and perceptual research on 3D segmentation, while at xREZ. Molly graduated from UNT in 2019 having completed a highly interdisciplinary degree path. She holds an MS in Applied Cultural + Medical Anthropology, a Master of Public Health in Behavioral Community Health, and a Public Health Graduate Certificate in G.I.S. Beyond her work at xREZ, Molly has contributed to international research projects, such as developing and designing an Early Warning System to know when regions in Sierra Leone are experiencing dramatic changes in their food systems. Molly is currently making a difference in the lives of children through her position as Manager of Service Design Strategy + Research Coordinator for Virtual Health and Innovation at Children’s Health Hospital. She evaluates and analyzes virtual health education platforms to improve user experience and plan the future of this technology.