My computer science and HCDE coursework have provided unique opportunities to apply my diverse interests in STEM, arts, and social sciences to solving contemporary problems. Beyond college, I hope to pursue a Masters and/or PhD with a focus on computer science education, programming language research, and/or computational protein-folding research.
In case my resume doesn’t hint at it, I’m a curious, goal-oriented problem-solver with an added passion for teaching and mentoring. I have found my jack-of-all-trades nature to be especially useful in being able to approach problems in different industries, integrating my experience in another. In the near future, I am seeking an opportunity for a summer or winter software engineering internship at an established company leading innovation in tomorrow's technology.
I seek for opportunities that present challenge and intellectual reward, welcome curiosity and ultimately make a difference in society. In my free time, I’m either studying a new programming language, solving logic puzzles, or finding new things to learn, all with fresh coffee in hand and my four-legged friend at my side.
Bob Bandes Teaching Award for Computer Science - 2016
Grace Hopper Scholarship Recipient - 2016
Denice Dee Denton Endowment Recipient - 2016-17
Washington Research Fellowship Awardee - 2016-17
Front-End Web Development:
Back-End Web Development:
E-commerce inventory management (Magento platform)
Avid problem solver
Strong work ethic
Takes directions well
Values constructive feedback and continual improvement
Diverse, but strong skillset to help solve a variety of problems in both conventional and non-conventional ways
Thinks both inside and outside the box
STEM Education and Mentorship
Programming language design and implementation
Finite state automata
Search engine optimization
Computational biology (protein-folding)
Improving command line skills
Customizing .vimrc and .bashrc
Getting 100% on Puzzle, Adventure, and Time Management Video Games