I am a current Fulbright Fellow conducting Robotics research in Kyoto, Japan. Before that, I was a student in in Carnegie Mellon University’s School of Computer Science. My interests include developing technology for underserved communities around the world and understanding how human culture is manifested in and shaped by technology. During my time at Carnegie Mellon, I co-founded Teknowledge, a computer programming educational outreach program for high school students in Pittsburgh. In my free time, I enjoy running, playing violin, and doing just about any type of craft. I invite you to explore my website at will: plunge into my projects, read my thoughts, share my travel experiences. And, once you are ready, check out my resume and contact me!