I'm a student in the Computer Science B.S. program at University of Colorado, Boulder. As a Computer Science student with experience outside of traditional college classes, I have a diverse skill set, including front-end and back-end web development, programming, graphic design, and proficiency with conversational Spanish.
As a director for HackCU, the Rocky Mountain Region's Largest Hackathon, I coordinate with venue organizers and filter applications to put on one of the most highly-sponsored student events on campus. Hosted annually at CU Boulder.
As a member of Visa’s Network Processing team, I deployed production code to the company’s worldwide payment processing infrastructure.
As a university web designer, I utilized a wide array of web development techniques to create and manage critical university websites. I also performed training of new employees.
Apart from writing code, I spend most of my time outside. In the summer, I climb mountains, hike, and play various sports. In the winter, I am an avid skier and guitar player, and follow the Denver Broncos.
Outside of Colorado, I enjoy traveling to as many countries as possible, most recently Hungary, Switzerland, and Japan.