B.S. Computer Sciences, University of Wisconsin-Madison.
I chose to work at Academic Innovation because technology should be used to benefitting the society, and I believe education is the most fundamental way of creating value in the world.
My current role at Academic Innovation is developing the educational tools used across the university to help learners. My previous experience working closely with the university instructional technologists to enhance the learning management system experience for faculty and students helped me not only to be able to give better technical knowledge but also helped me to view the software as a student’s and researcher’s perspective.
Cool robotics projects, and Spotify playlist for focused programming 🙂