CS community leader,
and diversity advocate.
I'm a junior pursuing my B.S. in Computer Science in the Rutgers Honors College.
My courses have included Systems Programming, Databases, Computer Architecture, and Graduate Algorithms, to name a few.
I spent the summer of 2016 as a Rutgers Aresty Research fellow, assisting in the development of SOCRATES, a platform for the collection, analysis, and visualization of data from social media.
With the same team, I continued my role the following year as a National Science Foundation student researcher, investigating query reformulations to analyze user intent.
My greatest passion is advocating for STEM diversity through K12 engagement, which is my focus as the Outreach Director of Rutgers' premier CS club.
I organize teams of mentors for local high school hackathons, and create and participate in panel discussions to get middle schoolers interested in STEM early.
This year, I'm working with MLH to leverage our national community of hackers as a tool to teach kids about the fun of CS through hack demos.
I have experience in Java, C, and Python, and am currently learning SQL. I've used Flask and Django for both personal and professional projects, and am comfortable with command line use and Linux systems.