Hello, World!

I'm a
☆Bay Area native who gained an interest in STEM at Girls Teaching Girls to Code April 2014 and previously wanted to teach middle school math.

Twilio evangelist intern in NYC.

☆Computer Science major, English or East Asian Langs. and Cultures minor, tennis player, and Intro to CS and Data Structures TA at Bryn Mawr.

☆Hackathon judge (SMHacks + ByteHacks NYC)

☆Previous developer evangelist intern at PubNub.

Clarifai Champion. (devangelist-in-training.) Why do I want to get into developer relations? It's coding, writing, teaching, empathy, community, and all the things I enjoy and do anyways in my spare time!

☆Event/hackathon/meetup organizer: Spectra, the Bay Area's largest women's hackathon and a series of meetups, and She++ Code Day.

Hackathon history
♛HackNY
♛Cola Hackathon
♛PennApps(x2)
♛CalHacks
♛Piazza Hack (finalist)
♛Hack the Planet
♛SGHack50
♛Tri-Co Hackathon
♛Y-Hack


Selected Projects, Hacks


Selected Speaking/Workshops

  • #SFHTML5
    July 29, 2016
    Google SF

    Inspiration to code, life as a devangelist intern at PubNub.

  • Selected press

    Women of Silicon Valley
    Technical.ly Philly
    Seventeen Magazine's Most Confident Moments
    Summer 2016 Recap Bryn Mawr Athletics
    CodeHS Tutor of the Month Profile
    Reigning It

    I'm so grateful to mentors who have (and continue to do so) made the time to speak with me on a variety of topics. I hope to be able to return the favor by meeting IRL, or I also can do video chats.