After initially realizing Chemical Engineering wasn't the profession for me, I changed my major in college to Neuroscience on the pre-medical track. Even though I never truly had dreams of becoming a doctor, I have a desire to help others in profound ways. What did stick with me from my experience at NYU was my interest in social impact and finding solutions to real-world problems. This is what lead me to Software Engineering.
As a pre-medical student turned Software Engineer, I strive to code with the
purpose to make other’s lives better. My “patient-first” perspective has seamlessly translated
into a “user-first” approach when creating products that are geared towards societal impact.
An ambitious problem-solver by nature, I always aim high to find solutions to systemic problems
with detail-oriented, thoughtful code. At my core, I am a leader that diagnoses problems efficiently and tackles them with a growth mindset.
I'm currently applying the skills I gained from General Assembly's Software Engineering Immersive bootcamp and learning new skills
at my internship with Medial Health, where I am helping create the provider facing platform for our healthcare technology
In my free time, I create watercolor paintings, ceramic pieces, and interior design mood boards on Pinterest.
Tracking user meat consumption for sustainability
Tech Stack: Python, Django, PostgreSQL, Vue.js
Organize activities from all your favorite travel destinations
Tech stack: Ruby, Ruby on Rails, PostgreSQL, Vue.js
For patients to report racial bias
Tech stack: jQuery, Express.js, MongoDB
Personal website to display portfolio (version 1)
Tech stack: jQuery, HTML5, CSS