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.
- 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
- Eldo: Connecting older mentors with younger minds for intergenerational learning and friendship.
- Princeton Senior Thesis: Using a computer and smartphone simultaneously. HackNY Most Technically Challenging Hack.
- PillowTalk: HIV triaging tool. AngelHack’s Tech4Good Hackathon 1st Place.
- CoPilot: Collaborative Web Browsing.
- 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.
- 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