Financial consultant for a network of private equity investment funds from pre-foundation and through multiple structural pivots; Design of key operational processes and investment...more information funneling; Reviewing acquisition opportunities, and making recommendations to executives; Support and leadership throughout mergers and acquisitions.
Management consultant for an international airline; Planning and implementing HR benefits alongside executive leadership; Pioneering modern, degree-granting, educational training...more for employees by leveraging strategic partnerships with accredited universities and alternative credit-granting institutions; Case-studied and recognized for excellence by U.S. Department of Education.
Computer Science Research & Development
2013 - 2015 (almost 2 years)
Leading interdisciplinary team projects in pursuit of revolutionizing education and online content distribution for the university’s highest-enrolled classes; Identifying...more and addressing key areas for improvement in content creation by early adopting innovative resources and practices; Developing strategies for reaching new international markets and fostering high-profile relationships.
Academic fellowship in computer science for the MBA program; Facilitating instruction in a top-down approach, emphasizing mastery of high-level concepts and design decisions...more related thereto; Mixing technical instruction, discussion of case studies, and weekly programming projects; Empowering students to make technological decisions throughout careers in their intended industries.
Director of Digital Media
2012 - 2013 (over 1 year)
Leading the transition of traditional public library systems into modern hubs for multimedia, technology, and information related services; Managing new hirings, training,...more and guiding personnel through projects and work-flows; Initiating short and long-term strategic plans, and managing financial forecasts for the organizational unit.
Experienced founder, management consultant, and senior leadership in financial operations with a demonstrated history of working in leadership, tech innovation, and private equity, supported by a Master's Degree from Harvard University, and Senior Teaching Fellowship at Harvard Business School.
I have built a strong portfolio of completed projects and achievements, and continuously strive to bring my skills and competencies to the highest levels. I believe in empowering colleagues and employees with support and guidance, and have been recognized for being a leader eager to inspire growth through delegation and challenge.
A variant of Harvard College's introduction to computer science, designed especially for MBA students who expect to be future managers, product managers,… · More founders, and decision-makers more generally. CS50 for MBAs takes a top-down approach to computer science, emphasizing mastery of high-level concepts and design decisions related thereto. Through a mix of technical instruction, discussion of case studies, and weekly programming projects, students make technological decisions even if not technologists themselves. Topics include cloud computing, networking, privacy, scalability, security, and more, with a particular emphasis on web and mobile technologies. Students emerge with first-hand appreciation of how it all works and all the more confident in the factors that should guide their decision-making.
Course is an introduction to the theory, design, and implementation of programming languages. Topics covered in this course include formal semantics of… · More programming languages (operational, axiomatic, denotational, and translational), type systems, higher-order functions and lambda calculus, lazy evaluations, continuations, dynamic types, monads, objects, modules, concurrency, and communication.
Course covers the interplay between economic thinking and computational thinking as it relates to electronic commerce, social networks, collective… · More intelligence, and networked systems. Topics covered include game theory, peer production, reputation and recommender systems, prediction markets, crowd sourcing, network influence and dynamics, auctions and mechanisms, privacy and security, matching and allocation problems, computational social choice, and behavioral game theory. Emphasis is on core methodologies, with students engaged in theoretical, computational, and empirical exercises.
Course is all about understanding: understanding what's going on inside your computer when you flip on the switch, why tech support has you constantly… · More rebooting your computer, how everything you do on the Internet can be watched by others, and how your computer can become infected with a worm just by being turned on. Designed for students who use computers and the Internet every day but don't fully understand how it all works, this course fills in the gaps. Through lectures on hardware, software, the Internet, multimedia, security, privacy, website development, programming, and more, this course "takes the hood off" of computers and the Internet so that students understand how it all works and why. Through discussions of current events, students are exposed also to the latest technologies.
Course explores the artistic aspects, scientific foundations, and techniques of digital photography with the goals of enabling students to expand their… · More knowledge of photography as an art form, to develop a deeper and broader understanding of the scientific basis of photography, to improve their photographic technique, and to effectively use photographic software tools. Primary focus is on digital photography, but many concepts apply to other photographic disciplines including film and video. Topics include quality of light, exposure control, depth of field, aesthetics, composition and patterns, perspective, color science, the human visual system, spatial and color perception, exposure, metering, digital sensors, optics, analogies to biological systems, color filter arrays, file formats, sensor linearity, color spaces and profiles, optical and computational image artifacts, and software tools and techniques for modification and enhancement. Through lectures, hands-on assignments, and critiques, students expand their understanding of digital photography while exploring their creativity to broaden the possibilities and improve the quality of their photographs. Upon successful completion of the course, students can expect to take photographs with an intuition of the camera's behavior, and its limitations, and an ability to think critically about light and the resulting appearance of a photograph.
Co-founder and managing partner of a highly active and organized community of 50,000+ education professionals, technologists, students, and academics… · More interested in sharing discussion, outreach, and resources for technology related initiatives in education.
Design SySTEM is the first and only digital curriculum for elementary STEM schools with a design spin. Our mission is to inspire all students to see… · More themselves as future leaders in the engineering, software and technology industries. Schools from Boston to Silicon Valley have adopted Design SySTEM, and are preparing our students to apply design and STEM to drive innovation.
Smartly is Pedago’s interactive mobile app for the everyday learner. Its lively, bite-sized lessons encourage spontaneous learning. The service offers and… · More emphasizes unified, consistent user experience on any device; intuitive, natural learning methodology that works; interactive, experiential learning with feedback; intelligible, real-time clarity on learner progression; enjoyable 'aha!' moments that lead to real life success.