Innovator • Storyteller • Changemaker
Hi! I'm an undergraduate at Harvard pursuing a B.A. and M.S. in Computer Science, minor in English. Previously I've interned in AI research, software engineering, and project management roles at IBM, Apple, and nonprofits. I'm interested in building tools that create social impact, especially in relation to fairness/accessibility, privacy, and education.
I'm a member of MIT CSAIL's Internet Policy Research Initiative group researching conversational, natural language systems used to make CS education more accessible. I also write about fairness and ethics in AI in my blog Fair Bytes.
I love hackathons and have organized 10 hackathons (from institutional to international). I founded and led PixelHacks, the Bay Area's first all-female high school hackathon (now in its 5th iteration). I currently direct HackHarvard.
B.A./M.S. Computer Science, 2018-2022
• Graduate coursework: Algorithmic Fairness & Differential Privacy, Network & Computer Security
• Undergrad coursework: Data Structures & Algorithms (Teaching Fellow), Machine Learning, Functional Programming, Tech Ethics