I enjoy using data and technology to better human capabilities, and teaching what I can along the way.
While completing graduate school, I gravitated towards work that involved designing solutions to people’s data problems or teaching others useful skills and concecpts.
I will generally blog about code, data, and the (human) microbiome intended to be advice and notes for my previous self in order to help my future self.
I hope you’re able to take away something from it as well.
In my free time, I like to contribute to open-source projects, volunteer locally, and learn foreign and programming languages.
To keep up what I’m currently up to, please visit here.
I’m most active on Twitter (and LinkedIn). If you’d like to get in contact, try to follow some suggestions on writing a good cold email.