As the president of Kennesaw State University's Association for Computing Machinery(KSUACM) chapter, I pride myself on creatively coming up with new ways to fundraise and provide different interactive activities for my fellow students. I am responsible for event planning, outreach, technology acquisition, and fundraising. It is a great responsibility that I happily enjoy.
In November 2018, I planned and hosted a resume workshop using funds I had raised with KSUACM. I have also competed in several programming competitions, most recently the International Collegiate Programming Competition (ICPC), which I also assisted in organizing. I have been on the winning team of the Kennesaw State University sponsored Hackathon in 2018.
In addition to being the president of KSUACM, I am a junior software developer at Delta Sigma Company in Kennesaw, GA. My responsibilities include software testing, GUI design, and application development. My passions lie in user-centered design, I want to make applications as easy to use and beautiful as possible.
I am currently in the process of publishing a research paper I conducted with some of my fellow students to the Association for Computing Machinery. This research paper focuses mainly on human traits in response to a non-invasive brain/computer interface. The full-text version of my paper, and some additional details of the research process, can be reached at my ResearchGate profile, listed below.
I also do freelance graphic design, primarily using web 2.0 flat style. This is a passion I have carried over into my professional life, and I believe that it will assist me greatly in my journey in becoming a professional user-centered designer and programmer.