Software Development Engineer Intern, May 2022 - August 2022
I worked on the Amazon Prize Engineering team to provide metrics on the Alexa social bots. For my project, I learned and used Amazon Managed Grafana, Amazon Redshift, Amazon Athena, AWS Glue, SQL, and Python. I worked on Glue pipelines to process data to be used in metrics. I used SQL statements to query data in Redshift and Athena in Grafana.
National Nominations Committee member, Since April 2023
Region Q representative of the National Student Advisory Committee, Since May 2022
Vice President of Service, December 2021 - December 2022
Brother, Since November 2021
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY
I have completed over 580+ hours of community service and started and participated in many projects and initiatives to benefit the Troy community. Outside of special projects, I regularly volunteer at local organizations for example the Regional Food Bank, Sanctuary for Independent Media, Frear Park, and Capital Roots.
As a student advisor I meet quarterly representing region Q to provide feedback to the national president and other national leadership.
As President, I'm working to unify the Executive Committee and support all of our officers achieve their goals and propelling our chapter on campus and in the whole fraternity.
As Vice President of Service I worked to better connect our brothers to the Troy community and increase their interest in service by offering more options for events that they are enthusiastic about.
Co-Founder and Organizer, October 2017 - April 2022
San Francisco, CA
I joined Hack the Fog's founding team as a freshman in high school. Our team went on to host San Francisco’s first all-inclusive high school hackathon. During my time on this team I learned valuable knowledge that led me to co-lead 1 event and lead 1 event while also managing the organization as Director.
The Japantown Youth Leaders is a youth leadership program run by the Japanese Community Youth Council. As a leader, I volunteered throughout the school year at various events in Japantown and the city.
I learned skills like leadership, time management, public speaking, and volunteerism through weekly meetings. I used these skills to host service projects and take leadership roles within the group
Lowell Dev Club is a Hack Club at Lowell high school. I co-founded Dev Club to bring meaningful CS experiences and lessons to fellow students. I also wanted to prepare and connect students to CS experiences like Hackathons.
I used leadership skills that I had learned in JYL to lead this club and put in the time to manage everything that was required to make sure the club ran smoothly.
Lowell Bytelab was a Hack Club at Lowell high school. Joining Bytelab sparked my interest in programming and led me to push for leadership positions becoming secretary in my second year of participating in the club.