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In case you were wondering... It's pronounced "Tie-Lie" and it originates from an old Chinese proverb.
I'm a 2A Computer Science and Business Administration Double Degree student at the University of Waterloo. I have a burning passion for technology and a desire to empower and impact my communities.
In my spare time, I love rock climbing, hiking, and the outdoors. I regularly attend and organize hackathons to meet inspiring people and develop cool stuff. I'm also a community leader with heavy involvement in different initiatives centered around education and youth athletics.
I'm currently an iOS Enginerring intern at Sonova for the Winter 2021 term. I've previously interned for the Production Engineering team at Questrade and worked as a full-stack engineer at knct. Feel free to contact me if you have any interesting opportunities!
Won 2nd Place at the 2019 BU111 Live Case Competition, sponsored by HP.
Won the Accenture Prize at Hack the North 2019 for tourhub, our Firebase web app! (see GitHub)
Served the VMSS community by leading the movement to save the Moduflex timetabling system. Was also active in the province-wide #StudentsSayNo protests.
Longtime volunteer, 2017 executive and 2018 co-chair for the All-Night Social and Children's Christmas Party at Vincent Massey S.S.
Served as MH4 Outreach Executive and MH5 Head of Activities. Generated over $3000 in event sponsorship and organized event programming at Canada's largest high-school MLH hackathon.
Avid rock climber, hiker, and snowboarder. Love the outdoors and the fascinating stories that come with it.
4-year Varsity Athlete at VMSS, earning unanimous WECSSAA All-City Honors for Sr. Boys Volleyball in 2019.
Worked as a Senior Lifeguard and Aquatics Instructor at the University of Windsor and at Adventure Bay Family Water Park.
Won 1st Place at BorderCityHacks II for anKNOWtate, a Java GUI that used Google Cloud Vision to process text for English Students
Windsor Math Enrichment Program student under Dr. J Bruce White, with honor roll finishes in multiple CEMC contests.