I’m a junior at Yale studying computer science and art. I’m passionate about improving experiences through thoughtful design and development.
Most recently, I was part of a team that worked on a conceptual R&D project. We designed augmented reality experiences to increase public participation in urban planning projects.
Previously, I improved accessibility for America’s open-source code platform through front-end development work. I also designed a mobile game that encourages positive actions and rewards kindness–it’s currently on a tablet at the National Museum of American History!
My background is in storytelling. I often take photographs of places and people and have been published in magazines like Glamour and Porter. I also founded Pulse Spikes, a nonprofit publication that spotlights young people who are creating positive change in their communities and celebrates their passions, reaching audiences in 190+ countries.
I’m excited by the potential of applying technology in intentional and inclusive ways to have a positive social impact. Let’s create something together!