I am a developer with skills and experience across the stack, from DevOps all the way up to front end design. Through starting my own company, I gained enthusiasm for working with customers to understand their needs and set requirements. I thrive most in collaboration with others, and I work to make an immediate, positive impact.
Bootstrapped the development of a smart home hardware product from the ground up through rigorous customer development, project management, and focused programming work. I especially enjoyed working on the technology stack from hardware all the way through mobile app, as well as customer development and project management.
As Director of HackCU, Colorado's largest collegiate hackathon, I slashed costs and scaled the event from 150 to 600 participants with a focus on inclusivity. The result is one of CU Boulder's most beloved student-run events, hosting participants from all over the world for 24 hours of fun projects.
As a member of Visa’s Network Processing team, I revamped critical internal data visualization tools and deployed my solutions to the company’s worldwide network.
I trained new employees and led the technical process of redesigning and migrating dozens of university department websites onto a brand-new platform. By working closely with department leaders, we made a smooth, efficient transition.
In addition to my coding skills, I excel in customer development, graphic design, and conversational Spanish. I have the ability to self-teach and procure important information with minimal supervision.
By fully understanding the fundamental principles of programming languages, I adapt efficiently to new software stacks and environments, resulting in diverse, flexible abilities in programming and web development.
Apart from writing code, I spend most of my time outside. In the summer, I climb mountains, hike, and play several sports. In the winter, I am an avid skier and guitar player, and follow Denver sports.
Outside of Colorado, I enjoy traveling to as many countries as possible, most recently Japan and France.