Learn more about my research interests, goals, and what I do outside of school and work.
My research areas are in Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and Human-Computer Interaction.
I aspire to utilize computer science as a force for social good. More specificially, I am interested in the topics of machine fairness, social bias, and human-centered machine intelligence.
I build tools and applications to support people who are facing social injustice and to raise awareness of the biases against them. I want to utilize the potential of machine intelligence and interactive graphics for supporting underrepresented groups.
My short term goal is to specialize in Artificial Intelligence during my master's studies at Stanford University. I want to focus on learning how to apply AI and ML to solve real-world challenges.
In the long-run, I want to become a software engineer and build fair and accessible products that would tackle unsolved human needs.
Outside of school and work, I enjoy outdoor activities with my family and friends.
I am dedicated to and passionate for advocating for diversity in education, supporting minority groups, and helping anyone who wants to pursue a STEM education. I have been active in the following communities.
I provide mentorship and build a learning community for first-year and second-year computer science students at UofT, hosting panels and workshops to support younger students to pursue a CS career. In the past two years, I have worked closely with over 70 students and 3 faculty advisors — Professors Jennifer Campbell, Jacqueline Smith, and Alex Mariakakis.Learn more
I work to create a positive space for all genders and a social support network for all computer science students at UofT. During the pandemic, I have planned, organized and moderated meaningful virtual events for our students, such as networking events with Accenture, Goldman Sachs and Google.Learn more
I represented the computer science department in University activities like outreach events, industry meetups and alumni relations. I shared my perspectives as a woman in CS to prospective UofT students at the Ontario University Fair (OUF) and Fall Campus Day.Learn more
I advocated for STEM education and development of youth from less-privileged, marginalized communities in the Greater Toronto Area. I led a group of students for a bake sale fundraising event during the Reading Week.Learn more
I advocated for STEM education and fostered inspirations to female students interested in Math and Science.Learn more
I volunteered to support and deliver after school activities for children from age 6 to 12 at St.Alban's Boys and Girls Clubs.Learn more