Volunteered for an amazing nonprofit that teaches high-schoolers how to code. Location Galvanize – New York, NY Date April 29th to 30th – 9 am to 4:30 pm Role Mentor About CodeNow is a nonprofit focused on teaching under-represented youth to code that provides free, out-of-school training hosted at local tech companies. Taught high school…Continue readingCodeNow

Finalist – KPCB Product Fellows Program

Progressed to the final stages of the interview process for the KPCB Product Fellows Program. Top 10% of applicants. 🌐  Continue readingFinalist – KPCB Product Fellows Program

Email Clients

A quick blurb on the state of email clients I’ve tried out. I’ve always been somewhat obsessed with keeping up with the latest and greatest productivity tools, so naturally I’ve looked into some email clients. The solution I ended up going with is Inbox and intentionally abandoning my iCloud email. The only downside to Inbox is that…Continue readingEmail Clients

New York International Business And Social Science Research Conference

NYIBSRC 2017 aims to provide an opportunity to academics and practitioners around the world to discuss and share the contemporary issues of business and social science research. Name New York International Business and Social Science Research Conference (NYIBSRC) 2017 Organizer Australian Academy of Business Leadership (AABL) Location Hilton Garden Inn, Long Island City, New York,…Continue readingNew York International Business And Social Science Research Conference


Visualize your future. I took a design thinking course at Cornell Tech. For my Design Thinking class at Cornell Tech, my team – Ohana – came up with the final project of PathFinder. Point of View Summary we met… potential college students who are overwhelmed with the possibilities of their future we were amazed to realize… how little transparency there…Continue readingPathFinder

PM Interview With TAPAD

Just two notes I took from my interview with TAPAD for a Product Management internship. I was a finalist but they ultimately decided to go with someone else. You’ll see it again and again (and again). What’s up with the computer science requirement for PMs? Coding isn’t a regular part of a PM’s regular job,…Continue readingPM Interview With TAPAD