I'm an entrepreneur, advocate, and developer studying statistics and economics at the University of Chicago.
I've worked with the Precision Engineering Research Group at MIT; built software at TetraScience, Symphony Commerce, StratoDem Analytics, and Restocks as well as volunteered as a founding director at the Project for Better Journalism.
I'm a developer, entrepreneur, and student at the University of Chicago.
I helped found and previously directed the Project for Better Journalism, a Harvard Innovation Lab VIP nonprofit working to bring extracurriculars to students across the country through journalism and technology. I helped develop and grow the platform, operations, and presence nationwide.
At the University of Chicago, I plan to pursue a bachelors' in statistics and economics, and a fourth-year masters' in statistics. In 2016, I graduated from Phillips Exeter Academy. While there, I took part in a two-year research course on computational astronomy and gravitational wave detection.
Most recently, I helped build a revolutionary mobile streetwear marketplace at Restocks. Previously, I've developed audio analysis software with the Precision Engineering Research Group at MIT; worked as a software engineer at Symphony Commerce; helped design and build the early interface for interacting with internet-connected labs at TetraScience; and built a front-end mapping library and geospatial data interface at StratoDem Analytics, a real estate analytics company.
Originally from the suburbs of Boston, I currently live and work in San Francisco.
Software Engineer, Restocks
Founding Director, The Project for Better Journalism
Full-stack Engineer, StratoDem Analytics
Client Engineer, Symphony Commerce
Front-end Engineer, TetraScience
Researcher, MIT Precision Engineering Research GroupEducation:
2021— B.A., M.S., The University of Chicago
2016— Phillips Exeter Academy