But you can call me Allie. I am a first year undergraduate student in Computer Science and Engineering at the University of Michigan - Ann Arbor. On campus, I am an active member of Girls in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (GEECS), can be seen giving tours as an Engineering Tour Leader, am a resident in the Women in Science and Engineering Residence Program (WISE RP), and am a part of the Crowds + Machines (CROMA) Lab where I'm advised by Prof. Walter Lasecki.
I am driven to impact my community and maximize my skill sets, whether it be through contributing to accessibility research, or teaching young girls to code. I live for the thrill of solving social problems with technology and have a specific interest in productivity and accessibility. My ultimate goal is to better people's’ lives through applications of innovative software and technology systems.
My resume. Please feel free to reach out to me if you are interested in learning more about my work at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Will work with team of 3 on design, development, and quality of a project while gaining experience working as both a Software Engineer and a Program Manager.
I am working in AV3D, a team of 4 working to utilize crowdsourcing to annotate 2D videos with dimension lines to estimate 3D objects through aggregate particle filtering. This new method can be used to train autonomous vehicles with 3D state data without the need for high-cost 3D cameras and expand the training data space of edge cases not yet captured by 3D cameras.
Responsible for hosting groups that include prospective students and their parents, visiting dignitaries, alumni, community organizations, and middle or elementary school students.
Creating an API and database for Silicon Valley start-up using Amazon Web Services as well as researching competitors' APIs and presenting insightful data from findings.
I founded It's All Code, an after-school program to teach Elementary School girls computer science in 2017. The curriculum focused on applications of computer science to draw students to further study and I taught at a Title 1 school where almost all students were ESOLs to aim to give equal access to education.