Welcome to my page! I am a M.S. student in the Computer Science department at Stanford University focusing on security, systems, and human-computer interaction.
This year, I will graduate with a double major, completing a B.S. in Mathematical & Computational Sciences as well as a B.A.H. in Sociology. In my senior year, I received multiple grants to write a thesis about religious migration in India and Chicago.
I am an officer at the Stanford Blockchain Club, am affiliated with Phosphorus, an awesome IoT Cybersecurity startup, and am a Rathbun Fellow. Additionally, I am a recipient of the Hettinger Scholarship, which has generously supported my education this year.
In my free time, I work as a counselor at Camp Kesem, a camp for kids whose families are coping with cancer, working on house staff at Xanadu (558 Mayfield Avenue, Stanford, CA), and write and edit for the Stanford Daily. I enjoy to travel, think, explore, and am particularly open to engagements in public service.