Hello! I am an Android Engineer at Velos Mobile, a mobile dev shop in beautiful San Francisco that focuses on taking good ideas and building great apps. I previously worked as a software developer at Amazon Lab126, and then went on to launch my own startup in the food tech space. Through lessons learned, I started advising early stage startups on idea validation and market fit. I have a Master's degree in Mobility and a Bachelor's in Electrical and Computer Engineering. I enjoy solving problems in the mobile landscape, and give special attention to user experience and rapid prototyping.
In my free time, I travel around the world and learn about new cultures.
Speaking engagement with Simon Fraser University, BC, Canada for podcast on women in STEM .
Speaking engagement with Mills college for software engineering students.
Beyond Code: Improving Culture Wherever You Go A company’s culture can make or break the success of the company.
Watch it here.
Spoke on the value of grit when faced with challenges, and how to develop grit in my talk, "Showing Grit in the Face of Adversity".
Developed an upcoming Android course for OpenClassrooms, the #1 online education platform in Europe.
Led a 2-day Kotlin workshop for intermediate Android developers.
Helped to launch v2.0 of Project Ronin's Android app.
Offer Android development services to clients.
Offer development, UX, and branding services to local upcoming startups, and help them launch their ideas.
Redesigned the entire static website for the Innovation Center website to be more engaging and mobile-friendly.
Wrote simulation framework to validate ML algorithms for determining user’s position in automobile via mobile sensors (Patent # 9357054)
Won 1st place in Mobile & Pervasive Computing Services Project Fair.
Spring ’09, ’10, ’11, ‘12 & Fall ‘09 & ’10
Helped freshmen with their introductory classes, and finding internships and research opportunities.