I’m a Master’s student at Stanford in computer science working at the Open Virtual Assistant Lab, helping to build the leading open-source virtual assistant. This summer, I will be a reporter at The Wall Street Journal in San Francisco covering technology.
I graduated from The University of Chicago in 2019, where I was the Editor-in-Chief of The Chicago Maroon from 2018 to 2019 and inducted into the Phi Beta Kappa Society my junior year. At The Maroon, I broke news that received national attention and built Marketplace, a buy-sell platform used by over 16,000 people on the South Side of Chicago.
I’ve previously worked as a Security Engineer Intern at Facebook, where I worked to protect 2.2+ billion people from the most dangerous threats on the platform. I’ve also worked as a research assistant under Professors Blase Ur and Ariel Feldman; I also tutored struggling students in computer science.
I’m interested in cybersecurity, evolutionary computation, natural language processing, and computer-assisted journalism.