I indulged most of my childhood watching Japanese sci-fi anime like A Farewell to Weapons and Ghost in the Shell in Beijing, my hometown. When I came to the U.S. at the age of 15, I was attracted to the field of artificial intelligence on Kaggle. I was fortunate to study computer science at Carnegie Mellon University, where I learned rigorous problem-solving skills. I'm interested in mapping components of business decision-making processes to intelligent systems from the silicon up to complex software. I'm a member of the CMU automated learning systems group (Catalyst) and Neo. I'm currently working on Praxis, helping teams to integrate large, difficult external datasets.



I indulged most of my childhood watching Japanese sci-fi anime like A Farewell to Weapons and Ghost in the Shell in Beijing, my hometown. When I came to the U.S. at the age of 15, I was attracted to the field of artificial intelligence on Kaggle. I was fortunate to study computer science at Carnegie Mellon University, where I learned rigorous problem-solving skills. I'm interested in mapping components of business decision-making processes to intelligent systems from the silicon up to complex software. I'm a member of the CMU automated learning systems group (Catalyst) and Neo. I'm currently working on Praxis, helping teams to integrate large, difficult external datasets.
























responsibilities

  • data @ Praxis Pioneering  - my responsibilities sit at the intersection of engineering and products, where I lead customer demos, design prototypes from scratch, and manage interns. If you are also excited about building resilient, machine-learning-enhanced data products, feel free to reach out :)
  • researching ML systems @ Catalyst group, Carnegie Mellon University
  • advising @ hellsegga - I help founders with staffing, product direction, technical execution, and angel funding.

projects


I’m mostly Miami/Pittsburgh-based while occasionally visiting Boston/NYC/Bay Area.