Below are some of the projects I have worked on that are related to software development, social justice, or both.
In 2014, I was appointed to Oakland Unified School District’s 7-11 committee on the disposition of “surplus” land.
Intechional.com is a company my partner and I started in 2013. We strive to provide quality technology to amplify your mission.
Custom UIActionsheet is an open source project for iOS developers to create action sheets that support tappable subviews.
From 2009 to 2013, I worked on redeveloping and optimizing the official website for UC Berkeley’s Gender Equity Resource Center (or GenEq for short). In coordination with the staff at GenEq, we were able to create and broadcast content to over 10,000 unique visitors from nearly every continent every month.
In the 2012-2013 academic year, this taskforce was created to assess the status of students of color on UC Berkeley’s campus, and to report the necessary recommendations needed to create an environment that they could thrive in.
On September 23, 2011, 200 members of the multicultural community at the University of California, Berkeley gathered to form a cross-cultural, cross-gender coalition, called The Coalition, which was dedicated to developing a campus of diversity, equity, inclusion and sensitivity.
Berkeley SafeRenting is a web application for Berkeley residents to learn if they live in a building that has been deemed seismically unsound by the City of Berkeley’s Soft Story Program.
In the 2012-2013 academic year, I was elected as a student senator at UC Berkeley’s student government (ASUC).