Web Developer for Bard Human Rights Project
May 2016 - present
The More Things Change is a collaboration with Bard College's Human Rights Project to produce an interactive website to chronicle human rights abuses on tea plantations in in India. The website content is maintained using the Scalar API, the app is built with Meteor, and the front end is built in React with React Router.
Mentor at Thinkful
May 2015 - present
Guiding Thinkful learners through their journey to understand code and how to incorporate programming into their lives by applying what they learn to their short- and long-term goals. I mentor six students in Frontend Web Development, and am training to mentor other courses.
Software Developer at Hive
February 2016 - June 2016
Front End Engineer at Yieldmo
July 2015 - December 2015
- Researched, strategized, ideated, prototyped, and delivered new ad formats, specifically the Pull (patent pending), Ticker (patent pending), Feature, and Showroom formats.
- Partner with UX/UI designers to implement mobile-responsive ad format layouts for major mobile browsers and screen sizes.
Software Developer at Offerpop
April 2014 - May 2015
I worked on two projects delivering new software to support all of our clients’ increasing social media marketing efforts. Achievements at Offerpop include having:
- Worked with a small team to build a customer interaction dashboard using Django, MongoDB, and Elasticsearch for robust and up-to-date analytics and re-architected the AngularJS front-end application for the dashboard with a focus on performance, maintainability, and documentation.
- Created and implemented an engineering department employee on-boarding process.
Student at App Academy
December 2013 - March 2014
Immersive 12-week web development course in New York. Lab-based instruction, which values hands-on experience over traditional lectures. App Academy empowers students to solve problems with software and covers topics like SQL, Rails, HTML/CSS, and Backbone.js.