I studied applied mathematics in college. My junior year I fell in love with open data. I learned Python, got coding, and haven't looked back.

I started out building civic data analyses and visualizations. Then I went about exploring the broader data science space. I've worked at the NYC Mayor's Office of Data Analytics, NYU Center for Urban Science + Progress, and Kaggle. I also spent twelve weeks at the Recurse Center. Currently I am developer advocate at Quilt Data.

I write in Python, JavaScript, and plain English. I'd like to pick up Haskell and Rust someday.

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