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I was an Offensive Security Intern at Apple (’22 and ’23) and a Cyber Risk and Advisory Intern at Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited (’21). During the school year, I worked as a research assistant and teaching assistant for Open@RIT (’21 and ’22).
Outside of internships and student employment, I’ve written for Cyber Defense Magazine. I also worked as a hostess, bookseller, and tutor in high school.
Again, a detailed outline of my work history is available on LinkedIn if this resume summary is unhelpful.
- Economics and Ethics Behind Successful Free & Open Source Security Projects (2021)
- Analyzing Tactics and Developmental Trends of Open Source Malware (2021)
- Effectiveness of Threat Mitigation in Layers of the Open Systems Interconnection Model (2021)
- Rubber Ducky Mentorship Group: My First Security Project (2020)
Rochester Institute of Technology
I am pursuing a Double-Bachelor of Science in Computing Security and Computer Science, along with a minor in Free and Open Source Software and Free Culture, at the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT). My expected graduation date is May 2025.
I am an Outstanding Undergraduate Award Scholar, the highest academic distinction at RIT. The scholars represent the top 1% of RIT’s student body, and roughly 1 or 2 students from each major receive it annually. In addition, I reside within RIT’s Honors Program, and I have been on the Dean’s List every semester (transcripts).
Unlike other universities, RIT’s Cybersecurity and Computer Science majors have almost no overlap, making their double-major an 8.5-year program. I condensed RIT’s program into 4.5-years through course overloads and courses over school breaks.
Lancaster Country Day School
I attended Lancaster Country Day School (’20), graduating with a cumulative GPA of
3.74 / 4.00.
RITSEC Cybersecurity Club
Women in Cybersecurity (WiCyS)
I participated in a few activities with multiple leadership roles:
- FIRST Technology Challenge, Team Captain (2017-19)
- Current Events Club, President (2017-2019)
- Model United Nations Delegate, THIMUN Qatar Conference (2018-19)
19 September 2022: I removed my visual resume from my blog, moving all content to LinkedIn. I displayed it because I felt visuals allowed for a more creative and thoughtful story. Unfortunately, there were two issues with displaying it on my website.
First, there was always a fear that someone may conflate my opinions with my employer’s. Although I have multiple disclaimers scattered throughout my blog, I decided to only display work experiences after completing them until further notice. Second, displaying my career history on my blog and LinkedIn involves updating two places. I did my best to move all of the content to LinkedIn and style it in a way that would be easy for readers to consume.
I was annoyed by both issues, so I opted to move everything to LinkedIn.