First, a little bit about my largest project, my career: I graduated Princeton University in Computer Science and became a product manager at Google. There, I worked on products including Android Wear, the Google Assistant, and Google Doodles. I’m now attending Stanford Business School.
I’m now growing Exponent, the best way to land your dream tech career.
- Clipper Card Wearable Original Blog Article | Featured in IEEE Pervasive Computing Magazine| Featured in SF Gate | Instructables Editor’s Pick
- Founder at International Collegiate Science Journal | Successful Kickstarter Campaign | Website | First Publication | Press
- Founder at uShare | Pitch Deck| Press | Princeton Pitch 2015 1st Place | Princeton TigerLaunch Finalist
Recent Software Projects
- Hacking HQ Trivia: A Python script that auto-Googles HQ Trivia questions. Featured in The Verge, NY Mag, and Hacker News front page.
- Eldo: Connecting older mentors with younger minds for intergenerational learning and friendship.
- Lunar: Buying virtual moon plots on the blockchain, Product Management Consultant.
- Tip: Q&A on the blockchain.
- Photographic Recursion: what happens when you take a photo of a photo of a photo…? | Selected as a Medium Editor’s Pick
- Me-Shirt: How I made a t-shirt to talk to strangers
- Blindfold Party: five insights from the darkness
- Philosophical Potluck: bring a dish that relates to an “ism”
- Crying Party: sitting around and crying with friends, on purpose
Other Software Projects
- Princeton Senior Thesis: Using a computer and smartphone simultaneously. HackNY Most Technically Challenging Hack.
- PillowTalk: HIV triaging tool. AngelHack’s Tech4Good Hackathon 1st Place.
- Toasti: 1 minute calls. HackPrinceton Best Mobile Hack Winner.
- Epilogue: Closure and finality for your loved ones. Y Combinator Hacks API Prize.
- CanineCare: Pedometer and food consumption tracking devices for pet fitness.
- Food With Friends: Yelp Dataset Group Recommendation Tool.
- CoPilot: Collaborative Web Browsing.