Originally from Baltimore, MD, I am a fourth-year undergraduate electrical engineering student at Northeastern University in Boston, MA. I have over four years of cumulative work experience, having spent time with mission-critical mechanical/electrical/plumbing (MEP) engineering firm TiePoint-bkm Engineering and MIT Lincoln Laboratory. Additionally, I completed a materials engineering summer internship with the US Army Research Laboratory at Aberdeen Proving Ground in 2013. As a member of Northeastern University’s Engineers Without Borders chapter, I have assisted with the design and implementation of water distribution systems for rural villages in remote areas of Honduras.
Following my graduation in May 2020, I will be pursuing a full-time position as an electrical engineer in the fields of power engineering, power electronics, or RF systems.