Anne LoVerso

Currently serving citizens, solving problems, building software with New Jersey Office of Innovation.

About me

Currently, Software Engineering Innovation Fellow at the New Jersey Office of Innovation

Formerly, Senior Software Engineer at VMware Pivotal Labs

Graduate, Olin College of Engineering

I am a well-rounded full-stack engineer:

I love being creative, visual thinking, drawing, and cartooning, and you’ll find a number of illustrated essays here.

My technical expertise

  • React, JavaScript/TypeScript, Kotlin, Java, Spring, Node, Vue.js, Angular, Python
  • Testing & test-driven development (TDD)
  • Pair programming and mob programming
  • Agile & Extreme Programming
  • CI/CD systems
  • Clean architecture, RESTful APIs, modularity & microservices
  • Dependency inversion, domain-driven design, application architecture patterns

My nontechnical expertise

  • Engineering team leadership
  • Communication & presentation to all audiences
  • Facilitation and team management
  • Design thinking, user research, & synthesis
  • Teaching, consulting, coaching, & mentorship
  • Curriculum design
  • Educational experience design
  • Systems analysis & systems thinking

I live in New York, NY. This means I love bagels, baconeggncheese sandwiches, I walk everywhere, and I loving knowing many obscure facts about the subway system.

In my free time, I play a lot of tabletop RPGs.

Check out a compilation of my external speaking & writing.

Contact Me

You can reach me at: anne.loverso (at)

I also exist here on the internet:

This site is for us both

This site is a work-in-progress. There will be incomplete pages. This is the nature of a digital garden.

It’s intended to be a growing, living document of my work and experiences, and by that nature, will always have tendrils of new ideas in the form of unfinished pages that I want to expand.

By that nature, it’s for both of us. For me, to document, expand, explore, reflect, and self-connect. For you, to visit, observe, connect, and expand. I write things. You let me know what you think.

It’s open-sourced on GitHub with attributions to the tools I used to build it.