Bachelor of Science in Computer Science
Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy
Emphasis on Ethics and Applied Philosophy
Tensorflow, PyTorch, Scikit-learn, React, PyTest, JUnit
Git, BASH, Linux, Docker, Agile/Scrum, Continuous Integration, Test Driven Development, LaTeX
May 2021 — August 2021
Interned remotely in the Leadership Development Program Ops, Tech, Data & Analytics track.
Built a portfolio management intake tool for the Enterprise Data Office estimated to save over $30k a year with three other interns.
Led multiple meetings with different teams in order to identify best approach for architecture, deployment, and access control.
Developed teamworking and leadership skills while working in a remote environment.
Application included Node.js front and back ends, with an Express.js RESTful API layer which manages data exchange to database.
Analytics were integrated using Tableau for a Director to identify blockers and advance business initiatives
UNC Charlotte Department of Computer Science
Jan 2019 — Present
Assists with Software Engineering course of over 80 students, facilitating discussions on course-related content between students.
Designs demonstrative code and interactive learning elements for students to understand Software Engineering.
Led weekly lab instruction for 40 students in order to facilitate active learning for CS1 course.
The Littlefield Company
April 2018 — May 2020
Designed motion graphic content for projects requiring displays of complex data.
Translated clients quantitative needs into creative goals for projects.
Interacted with clients to deliver final design under anticipated deadlines.
Designed project asset organizational scheme for use in all company projects with motions graphics.
CO-oPS Project (Multiple Institutions)
Dr. Heather Lipford
May 2020 — August 2020
Designed and developed an Android mobile application with research intent.
Implemented modern Android development practices with MVVM architecture and NoSQL databases.
Participated in weekly meetings to discuss research objectives and create solutions to challenging obstacles.
Developed experience in Android, Kotlin, Firebase, and Room.
Autonomous Intelligent Wireless Networked Systems Laboratory
Dr. Pu Wang
December 2019 — May 2020
Designed system for use in critical professions such as the medical industry.
Utilized EPSON MOVERIO smart glasses in conjunction with Tensorflow Lite and other related technologies for user-inspired research in possible solutions for cognitive overload in error-critical professions.
Awarded for earning above 3.8 GPA, All semesters
Awarded based on academic performance
Awarded for contribution to field, depth/breadth of project, and use of library resources.
Honor society member