Program Manager at Microsoft

I am a Program Manager in the telemetry & analytics team at Microsoft. I am currently also pursuing a Masters in Data Science from University of Washington part-time.

Previously, at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), I graduated with a B.S. in Computer Science.

In my undergrad years, I conducted research at The Jet Propulsion Laboratory with Dr. Thomas Lu, and at the Center for Vision, Cognition, Learning and Autonomy (VCLA) with Nishant Shukla and Professor Song-Chun Zhu. I was an organizer of LA Hacks and a Resident Assistant (RA) for UCLA Residential Life. I also lectured a course on Cybersecurity.

Recent News

October - Started school at UW for Masters in Data Science.

September - Visiting India for the first time to help kick off Telemetry Day at Microsoft’s Hyderabad IDC campus.

January - Lately, I’ve been reading and reflecting a lot on human intelligence and AI. I’m fascinated with human intelligence, and I’ve written about its beauty here.

November ‘17 - Just got back from CoRL (The International Conference on Robot Learning). You can find a copy of my poster here, and the full paper here.

July ‘17 - Started working at Microsoft as a Program Manager.

June ‘17 - I had the honor to speak about what being an Engineer means to me in front of 10,000+ people in Pauley Pavilion, at the 2017 UCLA Engineering Commencement for PhDs, Masters, and Bachelors degree recipients. As the Commencement Student Speaker, I wanted to find a voice that resonates with all Engineers, and so I focused on the qualities that applies to all of us moving forward: Mentorship. Learning. Community.