About Me

Professional Biography

I received my undergraduate degree in Political Economy from the University of California, Berkeley in 2011. After focusing my undergraduate academic coursework on public goods and corporate social responsibility (CSR) programs, I worked for the legal department of Google, engaging with Google.org initiatives and gaining exposure to CSR programs operated by Google in education.

In 2014, I transitioned into KIPP Bay Area Schools to develop an understanding of issues facing contemporary K-12 education from the practitioner perspective, where I collaborated with the executive and school teams to implement personalized learning programs, computer science curriculum, and manage technology operations.

I am pursuing graduate study in education and political theory to explore the short and long-term impact of privatization and marketization in public education.