In Fall 2016, I began working at The Daily Californian designing production layouts. In 2018, I began running
the Production department where I oversaw 2 creative project teams. From 2019 to 2020, I oversaw all business
operations at the Daily Cal.
In 2017, while at the Daily Cal, I helped start and lead INK Creative, a student-run branding agency, working
on 3 client projects and raising over $1000 in the first 2 months of operation.
In 2017, I began working with Prof. Laurent El Ghaoui researching
lifted neural networks. The next year, I helped graduate students in Prof. Dawn Song's lab
train a end-to-end automated machine learning (AutoML) model. During the summers, I worked at Tencent (Summer 2018) and Qualcomm (Summer 2019)
as a deep learning research intern, where I researched, developed, and trained models to tackle real-world instance segmentation and low-power body detection problems respectivley.
In January 2019, I joined Cal Hacks to organize Cal Hacks 6.0, a 36-hour hackathon with over 2000 attendees, 37
sponsors, and countless memories :)
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