My relationship with technology started as love-hate. I attended the USA's top STEM high school. Overwhelmed by the quantitative emphasis, I ended up an Anthropology major - emphasizing a holistic approach to problem solving.
After graduating, I travelled to China with an NGO and lived in a Buddhist temple coordinating cross-cultural education programs. When the program ended, I began working with a Beijing tech startup - leading me to programming. I found web development to be the perfect combination of the creative, technical, and social worlds I wanted to balance. Having found my match, I packed my bag and dog, and dove into the heart of tech - San Francisco.
I want to build things that are easy to use, and backed by user data. Within the next 5 years, I will attend a master's program in statistics or applied mathematics, transitioning into data science and process optimization. Several years after which I envision myself returning to school once again - this time for a doctorate in pursuit of machine learning. I want to end the struggle of man vs machine, by making machines understand people.
Explore projects I designed and worked on.
Item-Item Collaborative Filtering, using data scraped from Goodreads
San Francisco, California
Web Development Immersive
Bowling Green, Kentucky
B.A. Asian Studies
Academic Native English, Advanced Mandarin Chinese, Beginner German
Photography and Visual Design, Marketing, Data Science, Linguistics
ICVS International Vet Clinic, Danlan Public Welfare Beijing, Woodenfish Foundation
WKU Chinese Flagship Student Ambassador, FreeCodeCamp, Run Beijing, Photo Walkers, Film Photography League, Work for LGBT
455 Eddy Street,
San Francisco, CA 94109