Bio

Hi there and thank you for stopping by! Now, a bit about myself…

I’m a senior undergraduate at Stanford studying Symbolic Systems with a concentration in Decision Making & Rationality. My interests center around human behavior and studying how individuals, groups, organizations, societies, etc. make decisions. By studying human behavior from the lens of psychology, neuroscience, economics, philosophy, and computer science, I hope to understand how to build successful organizations, influence effectively, and design products optimized for seamless human adoption.

​I’ve previously worked in furniture design, manufacturing, angel-investing, technology, healthcare nonprofits, and market research.

I love a good book recommendation, an eclectic travel destination, or a new lifestyle experiment to run. Any experience or opportunity I come across I approach as open invitation for a worldly education– that’s the learning style that fits me best!