2010 - present
- Build new features and maintain lumosity.com using Ruby on Rails
- Managed features - Identified business and customers' needs, spec-ed out flows, ran A/B tests, and analyzed results to make informed decisions about the feature as a PM
- Identified and fixed bugs as well as helped customers with technical problems as a QA Engineer
2009 - 2010
- As employee 3 of 4, built web services to manage and deliver data in real-time using XMPP
- Created applications for our platform using many APIs through OAuth including Facebook, Twitter, Netflix, etc.
- Successfully launched into beta at the TechCrunch 50 demo pit and publicly in early 2010.
Software Engineer Intern,
Designed, implemented and tested a web component for the ASP.NET framework which simulates an animated icon dock and will be released as part of the company’s product suite
Residential Teaching Assistant,
Governor’s School of Engineering and Technology
Led a weekly workshop in Computer & Electrical Engineering; advised student research projects in various fields including thermo-acoustic refrigeration, digital noise-cancellation, and computer automated lighting; organized social and academic activities for the one hundred students in the highly selective summer program
- B.S.E. in Computer Science - June 2009
- Certificate of Proficiency in Theater and Dance
- Application: Human Computer Interfacing, Electronic Music, Computer Vision, Animation (Course Founder)
- Other: Advanced Programming Techniques, Information Security, Programming Languages, Graph Theory, Algorithms and Data Structures, Logic Design, Programming Systems, Cognitive Psychology, Bioengineering, Theatrical Design
Senior Computer Science and Dance Thesis:
Developed a software application that renders and projects graphics in real-time based on data received from accelerometers attached to dancers.
Created a music application for the Princeton Laptop Orchestra based on a ball in maze game navigated by the tilt of the computer.
Attached video camera to motor to follow a subject via face recognition.
Developed an online game, where characters navigate a map, complete quests, collect items, and fight other players.
Lab Teaching Assistant,
2007 - 2009
Provided undergraduate students instruction in various core Computer Science courses including Programming Systems and Algorithms and Data Structures
Manager of Forbes College Blackbox
2006 – 2007
Developed an online system to organize and coordinate student usage of the residential college theatre
- Experience in Java, Python, PHP, C++, C#, MATLAB, ASP.NET, French
- Software: TextMate, Visual Studio, XCode, Photoshop, Blender
- Certified in Wilderness First Aid and CPR
Group Leader, Outdoor Action Program, Princeton University 2006 - 2009
Lead 8-10 freshmen on week-long backwoods hiking trips while providing an introduction to college life; teach outdoor survival skills and philosophies
Graphic Designer and Webmaster, Triangle Club, Princeton University 2005 – 2008
Designed various marketing materials for the student-led musical theater group; maintained the club’s external website; worked with alumni and trustees to develop content for the site
Volunteer Positions and Affiliations
- Princeton B.S.E. Student Interactor/Advisor
- Princeton Student Government Social Committee
- SIGGRAPH Student Volunteer
- Society of Women Engineers