I'm currently an undergraduate student in the Jerome Fisher (dual-degree) Program in Management and Technology at the University of Pennsylvania. I'm studying computer science and cognitive science at the School of Engineering and Applied Science and operations, information, and decisions at the Wharton School.
I'm interested in both using business and emerging, innovative technologies to tackle leading world problems. One route I'm currently pursuing is using machine learning and data science to find solutions to the UN's SDGs, with special focus on poverty, education, well-being/health, and energy/climate change. On the side, I also love hiking with friends, pursuing spirtuality, reading books on sociology and psychology, and playing music with my saxophone, guitar, and ukulele!
I manage a team to maintain information security and develop machine learning models for customer segmentation and fraud detection.
I performed competitive analysis in card debt collections and built ML classification models (SVMs and neural nets) to better predict cure rates.
I trained an LSTM-RNN for sentiment analysis for market research on AR and built a AR statistics app using Unity, C#, and Vuforia. .
I maintain and update the website for the university’s chapter of the international honor society of the IEEE.
I volunteered at community science festivals and managed sponsorship income for high school science tournaments.
I programmed multi-day retreats and monthly leadership seminars for an Asian Pacific Islander mentorship.