An overview of my recent, current, and upcoming positions.
I am currently an intern working on SAS's Advanced Analytics R&D team. I am developing an Excel integration for new analytical products and working closely with SAS data science and micro-services teams.
Since Fall 2016, I have been working as a quantitative research assistant at UT's Government department, co-authoring a paper with Dr. Kenneth Greene on the effects of campaigns in new democracies.
As Recruitment Chair of my fraternity, my job is to find and recruit men of good character and leadership potential to become part of our brotherhood. As a member of our Executive Board, I also act as a leader of our chapter and ensure that we execute our mission to improve our members and our community.
As an organization, Texas Leaders hosts conferences for the leaders of student organizations on campus and provide them with effective and practical leadership training. As Speakers Chair, I recruit the leaders of companies, nonprofits, and government to speak at these conferences and work directly with small groups of student leaders.
I am an undergraduate student at the University of Texas at Austin, double majoring in Computer Science and Government. In Computer Science, I have taken advanced courses in Data Mining, Network Security and Operating Systems. In Government, I have studied Public Choice theory, Election Law, and Modern Political Theory.
I am a developer deeply interested in using technology to solve the big issues our society faces today. My current focus is on the intersection between data science and social science, where the best of both can be used to save lives, implement more effective policy, and improve democratic institutions.
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