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What makes her awesome

I graduated from Brown University in 2021 with a Bachelor’s in Computer Science. My hobbies are painting, going to fitness classes, and exploring restaurants. I will also be relocating to Washington D.C. later this year!

  • The challenges she’s ready to take on

    My first job in tech was at Goldman Sachs, where I worked for 1.5 years. My two biggest challenges were transitioning from a college student mindset and learning how to advocate for myself. I quickly realized that there are no periodic, quantitative assessments (aka, grades) while working in industry, so it was crucial for me to set up regular check-ins with my manager and obtain feedback. There was also no clear end to projects like semester-based classes, since a project can always be improved. I had to push myself to explore what technical topics/projects I was interested in (or not) and voice that to my team.
  • What the RTC community means to her

    I joined RTC in 2018 when another member shared about the org in an intro course. I really enjoy collaborating with others and learning from their experiences. Being exposed to other perspectives also keeps me engaged in my role.

Since AI is the latest industry trend (or disruption), I hope to see AI being applied in more practical commercial purposes. This can be making customer service tasks more efficient and better customer-targeting.

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