- Stanford University, Neurology Dept.Research Staff, 2013 - presentParkinson's research, Poston Lab
- Technical Solutions Spec., 2007 - 2007
- EnterpriseWizard, Inc.Implementation Spec. & Business Analyst, 2008 - 2009
- Carnegie Mellon University Instructional TechnologyComputing Help Center Consultant, 2005 - 2007
- PalantirSupport Engineer, 2007 - 2008
- Lockheed MartinQuality Assurance Intern
I like to think of myself as a friendly and open-minded person who's still just learning about the world. I enjoy studying and discussing psychology, philosophy, language, and science. I keep up with technology enthusiastically and sometimes spend time writing for pleasure (and maybe someday profit). Novelty and new experiences with friends are a big draw for me. I play games of all sorts and team sports, especially Ultimate Frisbee which I play as often as I can!
I'm living in 'Silicon Valley' in the San Francisco bay area. I've worked briefly for large companies like Google and Lockheed Martin and at a small software company as an analyst. Further education and re-entry into academia are high on my list of goals.
Lately I'm wont to ponder the sweeping cultural changes of accelerating technological change and the unknowns of our near future. I read a lot of books (audiobooks especially) and generally speaking need to find something productive to do with myself.
- Carnegie Mellon University
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