I’m a tinkerer, quick learner, and map enthusiast. Coming from the nonprofit industry and experience in grassroots movements, I am passionate about software and maps as powerful tools to make the world a better place. With a non-traditional path to software engineering, I have developed a figure-it-out attitude and the ability to pick up new technologies rapidly. I can't wait to work on creative solutions to interesting technical challenges.

This map cover letter and resume will take you through my journey to becoming a software engineer.

...Your company!

My experience figuring out how to solve technical problems on the job in the nonprofit world, combined with the full stack software engineering skills I've learned through Hackbright and self study, would make me a valuable addition to any team. I can't wait to work on finding creative solutions to interesting technical challenges.


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Tech Skills

Python, JavaScript, HTML, CSS, SQL, Flask, Postgres, jQuery, Bootstrap, Mapbox, Git
Object-Oriented Programming, Testing, REST APIs, Relational databases, Agile methodologies
GIS (arcGIS), Remote Sensing (Erdas Imagine), Adobe CS

Hackbright Academy

Software Engineering Fellow

Georgetown University

Science, Technology and International Affairs

Bank Information Center

Information Services Coordinator

Robert Graham Center

Research Assistant


Ancient Maya Geoarcheology Research Assistant

San Francisco Mayor's Office

Urban Agriculture Intern

Volunteer Work

Anti-eviction Mapping Project: Mapping relocation with d3.js, cleaning and geocoding data, finidng data sources

DC Fair Food: Cofounder of chapter of Coalition of Immokalee Workers’ ally network

Student/Farmworker Alliance: National steering committee member

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