tech community leader,
and diversity activist.
I recently earned my Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from the Rutgers University Honors College.
My courses included Operating Systems, AI, and Distributed Systems, as well as grad classes including Algo, DB, and Brain Inspired Computing.
I have experience in Java, C, Python, and SQL. I've used Flask and Django for both personal and professional projects, and am comfortable with Linux and git.
I'm headed to Bloomberg this fall for my first full time role! I don't yet know my team, but you can bet it will be in the area of infrastructure and site reliability
Before starting work full time, I'm dedicating my final summer to an incredible adventure. I'll be biking from New Jersey to Portland, Oregon with the Dream Project in support of Elijah's Promise, a local soup kitchen. My team is committed to raising over $40,000 dollars this year! If you'd like to contribute, you can do so here
This past summer, I interned on Twilio's Cloud Orchestration team, building tools to support their global cloud infrastructure. It was a wonderful challenge, and I did some interesting work to protect against failures in their automated host remediation system. You can read all about it on Twilio's blog!
This September has been exciting for me - my team and I took first place at PennApps XVIII with our hack SubADubDub , which automates dubbing with Google Cloud Platform. I'm also thrilled to be attending the Grace Hopper Celebration on a Google travel grant award!
My greatest passion is advocating for STEM diversity through K12 engagement, which led me to found RUniteCS, an national tech outreach program which currently engages over 17,000 students. RUniteCS is powered by college undergraduates, and boosts interest in tech among underrepresented groups by countering misconceptions in early education.