I began breeding budgerigars on my terrace. My first AOL name was birdmaniac222.
I moved to the U.S. for college. At Brown University, I learned to be comfortable with uncertainty.
I spent a summer leading wildlife safaris in the Kruger. Upon my return, I wrote a book.
I won the Royce Fellowship for science communication. My work was featured in NYT Science.
I helped build and launch IXL Science, which now has over one million users.
I built an online platform to expand the Cal Academy's educator network a hundredfold.
I completed a masters program in human-computer interaction at Carnegie Mellon.
I'm currently working as a Senior Product Designer at Gamalon, where I lead the desgin of AI-first analytics and conversational tools for enterprise clients.