Awesome places I've been able to work at:
Medium Design Collective is Cornell's organization dedicated to empowering individuals and creating solutions through design. In Fall 2019, Medium launched incubate projects, where teams of 3-5 joined together to solve a problem through the design process. As a member of the Society incubate, my team has been working on web app targeting news literacy. This app will analyze articles for users to deliver subjectivity metrics and related content. Our case study will be launching in this year's Medium Editorial and we are currently working to finish this app by June for Medium's annual RAW Expo.
Wardrobe is a nonprofit at Cornell that provides students with pre-professional clothing free of charge. Wardrobe prides itself on having been built from ground-up, including its website. Its redesign was just launched in March and as a member of the tech team, I'm working on adding additional functionality to the site to streamline the transaction process.
I was the co-founder and co-director of Imagine, a two-day CS conference with workshops taught by professional industry veterans on topics ranging from cybersecurity to UX to ML. Our aim was to create an event that encouraged attendees pursue computer science and technology in any of its many forms. I oversaw event planning, logistics, and the procurement of workshop speakers. Our keynotes speakers included Eliot Horowitz (CTO of MongoDB) and Anthony Peterson (CTO of Giphy).
From its first run back in 2014, hackBCA has always had an attendance size of 400~650 people which meant we needed an efficient way for event staff to make sure that everything was running smoothly. For hackBCA IV, I built the main website in accordance with the specific needs of that year. I built the website, including the front end , application portal, and internal tools for the hackathon.