"I don't care what is — what should be?"
- Julia Haart
As a graduating high school student from the Ultimate Incubator, a High School Fellow at Stanford University, and a Computer Science Major at USF, I enjoy employing design thinking when solving problems. This philosophy has helped in many of my projects in education, including fundraising $35K to build a school in Nepal, researching social robotics in AI with the Stanford Artificial Intelligence, Robotics, and Education (AIRE) Lab, and more.
As I grow in my college career, I'm excited to learn more about problems I come across for me, my friends, my school, and my community, and what I want to do to solve them.
From my open-source work, check out Register: a high-quality Discord bot for event planning. Or, another Discord bot, Rollup, for keeping clean channels using threading.
Some cool, yet-to-be-announced projects I'm working on include a game-changing security feature for Discord, and an educational/corporate accountability tool, allowing admins to better communicate with their students + staff on policy changes. Taking feedback empowers these groups in their self-advocacy, an important skill in the 21st century.
See more and say hello:
💼 Portfolio // 📜 CV // 🔗 LinkedIn // 🐙 GitHub // ✉️ Email
"No one ever changed the world by doing what it told them to do."
- Eddy Zhong