I have a deep passion for helping people which first lead me to get an undergraduate degree in anthropology and sociology from Mills College where my thesis work was focused on the culture of technology and video gaming. Wanting to utilize the tools available in technology to advance social science, I went back to Mills College to get my Master of Arts in Interdisciplinary Computer Science, which is nearly complete.
While at Mills I started two incredibly successful clubs: the ALPACA Anthropology Club, and the MICE Computer Science Club. Being the president of these clubs gave me introductory experience to fund raising, event planning, budgeting, networking, workshopping, community building, and of course leadership.
If you are looking for a unique and skilled manager, project manager, development officer, software engineer, web developer, research associate, research consultant or user researcher, feel free to contact me. I'm looking for an employer who can challenge me and present me with a project that I love and want to get behind.
I have been the TA for Java, Discrete Math and Geospatial Big Data classes.
My responsibilities included: Java programming skills, Discrete Math skills, GIS skills, grading papers, assisting the head of the computer science department, answering math and CS questions, assisting with lab hours, running office hours, helping my peers.
Supervising over 10 employees and reported to General Manager Sarah Sparkman, opening and closing the store, cash reconciliation, cashiering, providing customer service, Truck-to-Floor (TTF) inventory, auditing incoming orders, breaking down pallets of product, maintaining alphabetization, organizing store-wide inventories, and filing inventory documentation.
Book production, editing, researching reviewers, marketing, researching comparable books, filing, receiving and organizing contracts, assisting authors, running booths at conferences, transcribing.