About Me

I’m currently a student at Rutgers University studying Computer Science and Cognitive Science. I first got into programming writing functions on AIM away messages and writing Javascript popup messages to annoy every Internet user ever. This eventually led to my passion for technology and teaching code. During high school, I eventually created the Computer Science Hub, a room for constant programming help and an after-school club for pair-programming, and a competitive VEX Robotics team. I also enjoyed traveling to New York City on weekends to mentor a group of kids at CoderDojo NYC on Python programming.

Aside from teaching programming, I’ve worked on a couple interesting projects and held internships at great companies. At Rutgers University now, I help out with HackRU and USACS, serve as a treasurer for RuMAD and serve as the secretary of Delta Sigma Iota, Inc. I spend my free time dancing on the Rutgers Bhangra team and collecting vinyl records.

Projects

Hoot

Hoot

Hoot is a community helper with college classes that provides a variety of features, such as planning study group events and asking general questions to anyone in the major.

SmileOn

SmileOn

SmileOn lets you record happy thoughts or events in your life and come back to your journal when you're not feeling well as to help reduce personal anxiety and depression. Built at HackNY.

FeedMe

FeedMe

FeedMe retrieves a user’s location and returns nearby places to eat, drink, or even get groceries. Built at DragonHacks.

RutgersForum

Rutgers Forum

Rutgers Forum set out to be a discussion place for Rutgers students' programming projects. Built at HackRU X.

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