Harvard '19, Computer Science & Studio Art


A look at my past experience, though my eyes are set on sprinting full-force toward the future.

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Harvard College, Class of 2019. Cambridge, MA.
Major: Computer Science.
Minor: Film & Video Production.

Summer in Japan, Computer Science Instructor (2016)
Developed and implemented a computer science curriculum for students in Oita, Japan for two weeks. One of eight Harvard students selected out of 100+ applicants. Co-taught course with a Harvard masters student. Curriculum based on Snap! (a more advanced version of Scratch) and JavaScript. Curriculum info here.

Horizons Bootcamp at UPenn, Fellowship Recipient (Summer 2016)
Received a prestigious fellowship to the 12-week coding bootcamp, M-Sat for 12+ hours each day. Primarily focused on fullstack JavaScript. One of five fellowship recipients. Full tuition and room/board. Acceptance rate for fellowship was < 1%.


JavaScript, full stack: Node.JS, React, D3, Handlebars. OCaml. C. Python. CSS & HTML. Adobe Suite: Photoshop, InDesign, Lightroom, Illustrator. Sketch. InVision. Final Cut Pro. Avid.



Twitter's Out for Undergrad Tech Conference: Pitch Finalist (2017).

Google Grace Hopper Grant Recipient (2017).

Square Code Camp Fellowship Recipient (2017).

International Student Journalist of the Year (2015); National Student Journalist of the Year Runner-Up (2014); Kansas Student Journalist of the Year (2014).



Walt Disney Studios - Intern, Summer 2018
Incoming Technology Product Development Intern at Walt Disney Studios in Burbank, California.

Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences - Teaching Fellow, Spring 2018
Teaching assistant for CS 179: Design of Useful and Usable Interactive Systems, teaching fundamentals of user interface design and user experience, need-finding, user testing and iteration, and web-based mobile app development. 

The New York Times - Intern, Summer 2017
Digital product intern on the NYT Live team at The New York Times. Responsible for assisting in growth of NYT Live, a forward-thinking team promoting live journalism and innovative initiatives in journalism while increasing revenue. Performed a variety of data-driven tasks, competitive analysis projects, research, and creative assistance.

The Harvard Crimson - Multimedia Chair, 2017
Oversaw 12 Multimedia Executives and ~30+ staff photographers, producing all daily photo/video/digital content for the oldest continually-run college newspaper. Oversaw daily print and online content; issued pitches, edited photos, and flowed in content. Led production of larger multimedia long-form projects. Set the tone of the board and maintained relationships with a variety of news sources.

Haven - Founder & Product Manager, 2017
Founded and managed creation of Haven, a software working to improve the formerly antiquated lottery system homeless shelters use to assign beds, assisting in evening distribution of people-to-beds with the goal that all people will have a safe place to stay at night—with the current infrastructure in place. Link here. Pitched at Square Code Camp (first place) & Twitter’s Out For Undergrad (finalist). Currently in user testing.


Harvard Cheerleading - Officer
Member of the nationally-ranked Division I college cheerleading team. Competed annually in NCA Nationals and cheered at nationally-televised games such as March Madness. As officer, emphasized professionalism and led all publicity relations for the team, running social media accounts with thousands of followers.

Harvard Office for the Arts - Student Producer
Student Producer for ARTS FIRST, Harvard's public annual four-day festival of non-stop art, showcasing student and faculty creativity. Responsibilities included coordinating the schedule, promotional information, and locations.