About

I am a PhD candidate at Cornell University in the Department of Computer Science, a member of the Initiative for Cryptocurrencies & Contracts, and the grateful recipient of a 2017 NDSEG Fellowship. My research focuses on designing secure systems and building tools to ease their development. I am advised by Andrew Myers and Ari Juels.

I received a bachelors in Mathematics – Computer Science from Brown University in May 2012 where I worked with Shriram Krishnamurthi on WeScheme, a web-based development environment for Racket. After graduating, I spent three years as a software engineer at TripAdvisor working on major backend data import and infrastructure systems.

In my spare time I like to play Ultimate Frisbee, play board, card, and table-top games, and go for hikes and bike rides.

Full CV

Publications

All linked talks given by paper's first author.

Service

Professional Service

Department and University Service

Outreach

  • Teach 7th – 9th grade girls computer science with Expanding Your Horizons.
    (2016 – Present)
  • Taught 6th – 8th graders math and programming with Bootstrap. (2013)

Teaching

Cornell University

  • Spring 2018 – Grad TA for CS 5430/5431: Systems Security
  • Fall 2015 – Grad TA for CS 2110: Object-Oriented Programming and Data Structures

Brown University

  • Fall 2011 – Head TA for CSCI 1510: Introduction to Cryptography and Computer Security
  • Fall 2010 – Head TA for CSCI 0510: Models of Computation
  • Fall 2009 – Head TA for CSCI 0190: Programming with Data Structures and Algorithms