Technical Solutions Engineer
San Francisco, CA
Self-starter with 2 years of experience managing and building IT products. Led technical integrations with Petsmart, Walmart, and Luxottica. At Epic, I managed the $3M implementation of lab software at Santa Clara Valley. Currently, I am seeking a role that will allow me continue to develop high quality solutions for complex problems.
I led technical integrations with enterprise clients such as Petsmart, Walmart, and Luxottica. Helped manage our internal admin tool, and built internal tools including a Slackbot for cross-database queries and a React app for picking scraper templates.
Epic Systems is the nation's largest electronic medical records company. The majority of its clients are large hospitals. I managed the $3M implementation of lab information systems (LIS) at Santa Clara Valley Medical Center (SCVMC). This involved coordination between Epic, SCVMC, and third parties. The project was completed on time and on budget.
Badger Innovations is a non-profit, student-run web development company. I was the president and web developer. I worked with a group of student designers and developers to build client projects. I wore many hats, doing development, product management, sales, marketing, and hiring.
I studied real estate and entrepreneurship, seeking to acquire skills that could make a tangible impact on the world. As I progressed through university, I realized that technology is a powerful catalyst for change, and participated in various technology-based ventures.
Avabot allows teams to query, save, and schedule SQL and Postgres databases right in Slack. I wrote all of the front-end and much of the back-end code, and managed the project. Tech stack: Node.js, Express, Botkit, AWS, MongoDB
Habitbot allows teams to build productive and healthy habits in Slack. The bot allows users to save personal or team habits, and asks team members if they completed the habits daily. A leaderboard for team habits is sent out daily, displaying the top three team members. I managed the design and development of the product. Tech stack: Node.js, Express, Botkit, AWS, MongoDB
HiveMind was a startup that originated from a physics independent study project. The idea was to create a quadcopter controlled via electroencephalogram (EEG) for use by disabled and paralyzed individuals in order to help them interact with their environment. I worked alongside alongside Ahmed Saif, an electrical engineering student, experimenting with EEG, SSVEP, and quadcopter technologies. I determined the viability of the venture and created a business model based on market data.
Alliarent was an incubator based startup which focused on providing a mobile app solution for protecting tenants from property damage disputes. I managed the direction, developed the web presence, and created financial models based on relevant market data. We were voted most viable start up at the 3 Day Startup - Madison incubator.