I'm a sophomore at Harvard studying computer science, incoming intern on Uber's autonomous vehicle team, partner at Dorm Room Fund, co-founder of Coding it Forward, and co-founder of CHOICE. I'm passionate about the intersections between technology, transportation, health care, and government. I'm currently helping Boston build its open data hub, co-leading the Harvard Open Data Project, helping to run SummerCamp, building a human-centered tech solution with the VA to make cemeteries for veterans more accessible, and setting up a Silicon Valley-esque internship at federal government agencies.
Previously, I changed my school system’s health policy from bottom third in the nation to “one of the very best,” presented research at an international NIH conference, and authored two papers in peer-reviewed clinical journals. I also worked at Booz Allen Hamilton and co-organized the largest student-run conference for women in computer science.
For fun, I compete on my school's curling team (we just competed at nationals in Utica, NY in March!), design swag for the 350+ students in my dorm, and think about trying stand-up comedy.
A full-stack web app that displays the top 10 Uber pickups and a heatmap of trip density for user-drawn boundaries.
A full-stack web app that returns the best guess of any person's email address from given first and last names.
Disproving NBA “hot hand” theory with regularized logistic regression models trained on data for the entire league.
A Google Chrome extension that allows automatic liking of Facebook posts, comments, and photos. 1.6K+ users.
2016 KPCB Fellow Finalist
2016 Microsoft Grace Hopper Conference Scholar
Seventeen Magazine 2016 “Power Teen”CosmoGIRL Magazine 2016 "Health Influencer"
2015 Coca-Cola Scholar
Maryland Governor’s Service Award
One of Business Insider’s “20 incredibly impressive kids graduating from high school.”