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  • Princeton University, Sept. 2021 - present
    • PhD candidate, Department of Computer Science
  • Stanford University, Sept. 2014 - April 2018
    • B.S. Mathematics, B.A. Comparative Literature


  • Fact Checker, The New Yorker, Jan. 2021 - Aug. 2021
    • I worked with writers and editors to ensure the factual accuracy of online and print stories. I also checked the cryptic crossword.
    • formerly, as an editorial producer (July 2019 - Jan. 2021), I built the digital edition of the magazine and produced web interactives.
    • I’ve written half a dozen capsule reviews for the print magazine’s Briefly Noted column.
  • Helen Fellow, American Museum of Natural History, Sept. 2018 - July 2019
    • completed a bioinformatic project on the mitochondrial genome of a marine invertebrate, Relicanthus daphneae; first-author paper published in Scientific Reports.
    • devised, wrote, and taught a nine-month-long data science curriculum for a cohort of advanced high school girls interested in pursuing computational careers.
  • Research Assistant, Stanford Computational Journalism Lab, June 2016 - June 2017
    • filed FOIA requests to obtain traffic stop data for 50 largest American cities
    • contributed to data collection + analysis pipeline that would later become the Stanford Open Policing Project
  • Editorial Intern, McSweeney’s, June 2016 - Aug. 2016
    • read submissions for National Magazine Award-winning Quarterly Concern
    • pitched and published articles for McSweeney’s Internet Tendency and Believer Logger.


  • languages: Python, C++, Java, R, HTML, CSS, LaTeX; English, Mandarin Chinese, French
  • operating systems: OS X, Windows, Unix
  • other: Jupyter, Eclipse, Git