Chemist, Economist, Programmer
The Portland Trailblazers are my favorite basketball team, I love to play tennis, and spend most of my free-time eating sushi.
I'm from Washington State where I grew up with an interest in computers, which has gotten me work in many different fields.
I received a congressional award from Jaime Herrera Beutler for programming android applications in a government-sponsored competition, and then took interest in programming stock-trading algorithms. I finished my bachelors in Economics at BYU where I worked in the organic chemistry research labs for a year and half mixing chemicals and writing code to analyze Nuclear Magnetic Resonance readings of new pharmaceuticals.