Worked with a team of TAs and professors for different courses each semester. Answered student questions online through Piazza and in-person during weekly office hours. Created rubrics for and graded student assignments. Developed new course scripts and materials both internally (for the TA staff) and externally (new assignments for students).
Co-developed automated sales lead information validation tool. Streamlined operations team workflows with Slack integrations and automated price comparison tools integrated with product vendor APIs. Optimized PostgreSQL queries for up to ~500x faster full-text searches.
Created client-facing system for customers to automatically schedule recurring orders. Set up continuous integration pipeline and co-wrote test suite from scratch for several thousand lines of code with over 70% coverage. Built web scrapers to automate previously manual product price point collection. Led development of company Ruby style guide.
Performed “An Ironic Unity”, a program of various prose and poetry selections used in speech and debate competitions, for ~500 attendees.
A 30 minute presentation of my senior thesis research on the availability and effectiveness of technology in New York City classrooms to an audience of ~40.
Presented “Hoo Ah!”, a piece for speech and debate competitions, for ~500 attendees.
For Adobe XD prototype of “unlink”, an app that connects to smart home devices and makes recommendations to help users save electricity.
Recieved a full scholarship to attend WWDC17.
For work in dramatics, particularly in the field of lighting design, at Regis High School’s Graduation and Academic Convocation.
Named on CEWeek’s 2016 “10Under20: Young Innovators To Watch” list for my work in educational technology, specifically on Math Battle.
Winner with Math Battle. Presented to various technology company representatives and members of the House of Representatives.
Winner with FitFarm, where players raise their own farm through real-world exercise.