Stanford University – Stanford, CA

Class of 2019

Manlius Pebble Hill School – Syracuse, NY
Class of 2015
Summa cum Laude

Experience & Independent Research

Research and Development Intern, Welch Allyn, Skaneateles, NY, 6/2017 – 8/2017
Collaborated on investigation into potential new uses of materials toward improving medical devices. Investigated experimental testing for a novel medical device. Conduced patent research to aid in acquiring information on the development of a new medical technology.

Office of Undergraduate Admission, Stanford University, 9/2016 – 6/2017
Lead Discovering Stanford information sessions for prospective students and families, staff the UGA call center and collaborate on various UGA projects during the year

Marketing Manager/Community Liaison “Growth Hacker,” Project SafeBridge
Stanford University, Graduate School of Business/Venture Studio, 11/2016 – 4/2017
Team member of Project SafeBridge, act as Product Evangelist to build awareness and understanding, experiment with a variety of acquisition channels and oversee the marketing plans and execution for a potential startup

SIRUM Inc. Palo Alto, CA, 1/2016 – 3/2016
School Year Fellow internship (10 weeks) at award-winning, non-profit startup.  Led solo projects in brand message development and collaborated with team members on marketing campaigns and operational projects.

Gambhir Lab, MMIL, School of Medicine, Stanford University, 9/2015 – 1/2016
Lab Research Team Member

Maye Research Group, Department of Chemistry, Syracuse University, 2/2015 – 3/2015
Research Paper & Poster: Exploring the Role of Monomer Hydrophobicity in “Smart” Polymer Responses

Research Intern, King Lab, Department of BME, Cornell University, 6/2013-5/2014
Research Paper & Poster: Reduction in Circulating Tumor Cells by Induction of Apoptosis via a TRAIL-Functionalized Nanostructured Shunt Device

Maye Research Group, Department of Chemistry, Syracuse University, 1-5/2013
Research Paper & Poster: Alternative Energy: Using Nanotechnology to Transfer Energy Between Bioluminescent Firefly Proteins & Fluorescent Quantum Rods



  • Order of the Phoenix, Manlius Pebble Hill School
  • Honors in Science Award
  • AP Scholar Award
  • National Honor Society
  • Co-founder eMPHasis on engineering – middle school engineering club
  • ISEF 2013 – Honorable Mention by the ACS
  • National Youth Leadership Forum in Medicine, Washington D.C. Nominated by the Science Department at Manlius Pebble Hill School

Skills & Certifications

  • Fluent in French
  • Programming Methodology (Java) (course code: CS 106A), completed 3/2016
  • Programming Abstractions (C++) (course code: CS 106B), completed 12/2016
  • Introduction to Probability for Computer Scientists (course code: CS 109), completed 3/2017
  • Lab Safety Course Requirements, School of Medicine, Stanford University, completed 2015-2016