I am a second-year PhD student in the Computer Science & Engineering department at the University of Washington. I am currently working in the ICTD Lab, and I am interested in how emerging technologies can be used in underresourced communities.
As an undergraduate, I studied math, physics, and computer science at Davidson College in North Carolina. My favorite courses were Data Structures and Modern Physics, and my favorite non-STEM course was Asian Meditation Texts, during which I particularly enjoyed reading the works of Thich Nhat Hanh.
I am also interested in international studies---I studied German for 5 years and participated in a German exchange program in 2009. I also pursued undergraduate coursework in Latin American studies, and I worked in Chile for a semester in 2015.
For more detail on my professional background, download my CV.