I am a senior at Stanford majoring in computer science with a minor in economics. I am passionate about using technology to create simple, intuitive products that have a meaningful impact on peoples' lives. I have experience in software engineering, user experience design, and business, and I love roles that allow me to fuse these interests.
I also cofounded and built FriendChip, a social network app designed to encourage real world interactions among friends by making it easy to let those around you know what you're doing. FriendChip is currently in Cardinal Ventures, a competitive startup accelerator program based at Stanford.
Last summer, I worked as a Software Engineering Intern with One Concern in Palo Alto, CA, where I built a mobile app from the ground up that allows first responders to report building damage from an earthquake in real time. Previously, I worked with 6Connex China in Shanghai to design and develop a telemedicine platform for the Chinese market. The features I implemented included allowing doctors to prescribe medication remotely as well as a complete redesign of how doctors organize their upcoming appointments.
I'm also a lead instructor for CS 51 and CS 52 at Stanford. These are completely student-run classes for which I lead a teaching team of eight students. We source industry partners which enrolled students work with to design and build social-impact. I also lecture on topics ranging from design thinking and need-finding to developing apps in Swift.
Outside of work, I love documenting my travel through photography. Check out a few of my pictures here.
For more about my experiences please see my resume, LinkedIn, or projects page.