Data Scientist, Software Engineer, Problem Solver
I currently focus on biometrics, massive computational experiments, mathematics, and programming educational models, researching at both Clemson and Stanford. As a software engineer at Lmbk, a company dedicated to understanding and managing stress, I get to merge both my experience in web development with my interest in mathematics and data science. Improving education is extremely important and personal to me having started a non-profit dedicated to STEAM education, and organizing a programming bootcamp for students at Clemson. I am primarily motivated by societal payoff and the projects I choose to work on reflect this.
||Serverless (Lambda or Google Cloud)
|I am currently a full time student at Clemson University studying Mathematics
|Iron Yard Graduate - 2015
|A+ Certification - 2015
|Riverside High School - 2015
TraceCamp is a programming bootcamp that teaches pragmatic development to Clemson students. We have focused on Django, React, and GraphQL.
My responsibilities included: building founding team, creating bootcamps overall structure, raising capital for bootcamp($40,000 over the lifetime of the bootcamp), teaching Django and React during the summer sessions of the bootcamp.
At lmbk I work with Django, React and Cloud Compute resources. We build tools that allow people and organizings to manage their stress.
Software Engineer at Lmbk
Build custom software to handle client requirements.
Design and implement content management administrative software. Using Amazon Web Services and MySQL.
Create web applications using Ruby on Rails.
Executive Director of iT2Pi
I was the Executive Director of iT2Pi a non-profit organization dedicated to S.T.E.A.M and entrepreneurial education.
iT2Pi is two and a half years old and throughout the last year we have served over 200 students through our public workshops. We have also been fortunate to receive public support as well as foundational and business support. Including a two part grant from Greenville Water for $15,000, a grant from the Rotary Club of Greenville for $7,890, a Grant from the Metropolitan Arts council for $500 and various other business sponsorships.
Designed and implemented a business plan, increasing the annual operating budget from $0 to $50,000
iT2Pi 2014 EXPO with over 250 attending, iT2Pi 2015 EXPO with over 500 attending, iT2Pi 2016 EXPO with over 600 attending
iT2Pi has affected 40,000 students in its 3 year life span.
Fundraising and Business Planning Experience
Taught over 500 hours of ranging from 3D printing, basic programming, to basic design theory
Danny's Food Service
Previous grants written are available upon request
References are available upon request
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