Education


Carnegie Mellon University

Degree:

B.S. Information Systems (Fall 2021)
B.S. Engineering and Public Policy


Minors:

Machine Learning
Human Computer Interaction


Relevant Coursework:

15-112 Fundamentals of Programming and Computer Science, 15-122 Data Structures, 67-272 Web Application Design and Development, 67-262 Database Design and Development, 17-537 AI Methods for Social Good, 85-213 Human Information Processing and Artifical Intelligence, 16-455 Human Machine Virtuosity, 19-101 Introduction to Engineering and Public Policy, 84-405 Future of Warfare

About Me





I am currently a junior at Carnegie Mellon University.

To create an innovative world, I believe there must be an interdisciplinary intersection of ideation, implementation, ethical evaluation.

For me, my minor in Human-Computer Interaction provides me with an education filled with a creative breadth, my Machine Learning minor teaches me the technical depth, my undergraduate degree in Information Systems provides a strong intersection, and my double in Engineering and Public Policy incites me to question a philosophical and ethical lens of humanity.

I strive to contribute to the advancement of diversity, equity, and inclusion through social computing, community service, and meaningful relationships to understand the social implications of technology.

Professional Experience

Incoming Program Manager Intern (Security)

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Incoming Program Manager Intern (Security)
June 2021 - August 2021
Bellevue, WA

Incoming Product Manager Intern

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Incoming Product Manager Intern
January 2021 - May 2021
Houston, TX

Production Engineering Intern

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•   Published paper on developing machine learning programs in site reliability engineering tools to classify cross-metric statistics and queries
•   Reduced unresolved period of incidents by 380% by automating debugging methods that identify failure details in the email application stack
June 2020 - September 2020
Sunnyvale, CA

AI Fairness Research Assistant

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•   Using Machine Learning techniques to identify false/true positive rates within fairness toolkits to quantify and mitigate AI biases
•   Designing user studies to measure group fairness in post-processing algorithms to provide feedback for Microsoft and IBM’s open-source fairness
September 2020 - Present
Pittsburgh, PA

Data Science Research Assistant

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•  Web scraped and topic modeled Congressional speeches with Python to develop a computer-aided program that indicates latent variables of international relationships during the Cold War
•  Created automated Natural Language Processing (NLP) analysis with Python to identify Senator’s sentiments through speech texts regarding policies
January 2019 - May 2019
September 2020 - Present
Pittsburgh, PA

Founder and Instructor

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•  Developed curriculum to teach students basic robotics engineering principles (e.g., gear ratios through projects such as Lego flywheels, etc.)
•  Founded robotics programs at 4 local educational development companies that empower students through STEM and promote FIRST robotics
September 2014 - August 2018
Fremont, CA

Leadership

Carnegie Mellon’s motto is “My heart is in the work”, but really, my work should be from the heart.

Here's a short clip of my speech I gave to CMU about my thoughts on passion and work.

Let's connect :)



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