I am an independent thinker and an aspiring photographer. With a deep love for technology and spirituality, I identify with scientists and global thinkers but with a conscientious mind. By profession, I am an electrical engineer. By education, I am an international affairs analyst, a computer programmer and an electrical engineer.
I write on topics including but not limited to human rights, social justice, global issues, environment, energy, and politics.
I worked as a photojournalist for a year for the Trinitonian – a weekly newspaper and the Mirage – yearbook for Trinity University. Through my passion in photography and storytelling, I attempt to share compelling stories on numerous issues.
I have keen interest in data analytics and visualization. Several of my articles are data-oriented and attempt to convey a powerful narrative using data visualization.
Master of Science in Computer Science (currently pursuing)
Bachelor of Science in Engineering Science (Electrical)
Bachelor of Arts in International Studies (International Affairs)
Recognitions & Awards
Student Media Grant Recipient, Center on Conflict and Development, Texas A&M University
Solar Hero Award, awarded by Solar San Antonio for designing solar water heater for low-income families in San Antonio, Texas.
Mellon Foundation Grant Recipient for summer internship to evaluate energy consumption of 200 city owned buildings
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