I'm a versatile product leader with a track record of developing software with a global social impact. I'm known for resolving conflicts and synthesizing viewpoints into coherent solutions.
These days, I spend my time building new technology for Google's social impact group. Through products like One Today, we aim to empower users to connect with causes in meaningful ways.
MPhil in Advanced Computer Science
Trinity College, Cambridge University
Awards: Gates Scholarship, Academic Distinction
BS in Information Science
Awards: Summa Cum Laude, Quill and Dagger Senior Honor Society
Undergraduate Study Abroad
St. Edmund Hall, Oxford University
At Cambridge, I worked with the Digital Technology Group to build a prototype mobile application aimed at helping first responders conduct more targeted searches for disaster victims.
At Cornell, I worked with the Web Lab and the Interaction Design Lab. I also did research for Google and Facebook, completing a mix of data-centered research and qualitative usability work.
Aside from all the work, I enjoy going on adventures, exploring new places, and meeting interesting people. My hobbies include biking, running, and rock climbing.