I’m a native New Yorker pursuing a BS in Computer Science at Georgia Tech with threads in People and Intelligence. I’m currently developing software for autonomous vehicles at RoboJackets and conducting research at Georgia Tech’s Institute for Information Security and Privacy (IISP). I’ll be a security engineering intern at Trail of Bits this winter break.
I have extensive research experience in machine learning security and privacy, resulting in peer-reviewed publications, international accolades, and presentations at the NSA and other institutions. In addition, I’ve worked in academia and industry with robotics, hardware prototyping, mobile operating systems, and data science.
While my primary focus is in machine learning security and privacy, I’m generally interested in exploring how technology shapes society and ensuring positive impact. My other interests include public policy, film, critical theory, futurism, electronics, and business.
Previously, I interned at the NYU Center for Cybersecurity and Vengo Labs, and held leadership roles at QHSS Math Research, Team Cyber, Robotics, and STEMinism. Contact me at the emails listed below for any inquiries, and make sure to check out the rest of my website for more information.