About Me

I have two passions: art and technology; I’m a firm believer that involvement in the arts instills discipline and provides a gateway for creative thought and expression; both of which fuel my interest in the pervasive and powerful nature of technology. Growing up, I wasn’t the child who ever had a solid idea of what she wanted to be in the future. But one thing that never seemed to leave, was my fascination with technology. It is my hope that someday, soon, I will be able to meaningfully bridge the gap between arts and sciences in my home country, as dance has afforded me the opportunity to understand and appreciate the views and beliefs of others while building confidence and shaping my outlook on life.

I’m a rising senior at Middlebury College pursuing a major in Computer Science and a minor in Gender, Sexuality & Feminism Studies. I was born and raised in Kingston, Jamaica and moved to the United States in pursuit of a Liberal Arts Education for intellectual and personal growth.

My passion for computer science is rooted in my belief that technology is a tool created by humans to be used for the advancement and positive impact on all lives. I understand the importance of data as an asset and am a proponent for data and privacy awareness. At Middlebury, I currently serve as the Director of Technology on the Student Government Association.

I possess the ability to adapt adequately to situational demands, manage ambiguity and excel at interpersonal communication while creating powerful technological solutions that have large-scale social impacts. My interests lie in Product Management of products and services that heavily utilize Machine Learning algorithms and Artificial Intelligence and technology consulting with a future focus on technology policy.