I am a Ph.D. candidate at Georgia Tech in Human-Centered Computing, advised by Mark Guzdial. My research is in computer science education, where I am interested in topics of assessment, achievement, and access. My dissertation research focuses on questions of access and barriers to computer science courses at the high school level within the state of Georgia. I am also a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow and a Georgia Tech President’s Fellow.
January 10, 2019: I will be attending SIGCSE 2019 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. I’ll be presenting on Friday with Jason Black, Helen Hu, and Colleen Lewis in a special session called, “Exploring our Privilege: Activities and Discussions.” Please join us if you’re at the conference! Thank you to the GVU Center at Georgia Tech for funding my travel!