About Me

My interests within computer science include data analysis and software engineering. I love challenging myself by taking my own initiative to learn new programming languages and computer science skills, such as Python, Android App Development, etc. On top of that, I'm also a CS Ambassador for UTCS where I give tours and coffee chats to prospective high school students. I'm also an active member of Women in Computer Science, Association for Computing Machinery, and Coders Across Disciplines. My interests outside of computer science include baking and running.

My Education

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The University of Texas at Austin

Class of 2023
Degree: B.S. in Computer Science with a Certificate in Applied Statistical Modeling
Courses: Data Structures; Discrete Mathematics for Computer Science; Computer Organization and Architecture; Autonomous Intelligent Robotics; Introduction to Probability and Statistics; Ethical Foundations of Computer Science; Sequences, Series, and Multivariable Calculus

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Obra D. Tompkins High School

Class of 2019
GPA: 4.72
Rank: 19/794

My Experiences

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Fidelity Investments

Software Engineering Intern
June 2020 - July 2020

Collaborated with Product Engineers under the Cybersecurity technology team to oversee the software development of products

Developed code in Java for applications, tools, and automated solutions

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Gulf Interstate Engineering

Engineering Intern
September 2018 - April 2020

Designed an independent research project related to the development of the instrumentation and control systems design of a compressor station for the Sabal Trail Transmission Pipeline

Collaborated with engineers, data analysts, and business professionals on daily tasks such as evaluating piping and instrumentation diagrams and calculating/organizing data into Excel

My Projects

Virtual Robotics Camp

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the UT Summer Robotics Camp could no longer be conducted in person. A team of other UT students and I worked to transition the camp to be held virtually through the creation of a simulation using Robot Operating System (ROS), Gazebo, and C++. We developed an Unified Robot Description Format (URDF) model of the Bot'N Roll One A robot to complete two separate tasks that we desgined: a race track exercise and a wall maze exercise. The simulation that we created allows the campers to gain experience related to robotics, such as the robot's motion and sensors. In addition, we developed an API for the campers to interact with the robot without having to worry about ROS conīŦgurations while learning about the basics of C++.


This project was completed at UT's Women in Computer Science 2020 Hackathon and won 1st place for PIMCO's Best Financial Hack Category. My team and I developed a website that utilizes data collection methods to generate personalized financial advice for young adults based on user input and statistics. This website also offers educational resources and tips about various financial topics, such as credit scores, taxes, and budgeting, to allow users to gain a better understanding about managing their money.