Biography: I am a very active person who loves watching, discussing, and playing sports, especially basketball. I am also very sociable and enjoy meeting new people as well as trying and learning new things.
Why Information Sciences: I am interested in Information Sciences because it is a very prevalent field in this day and age of technology and data. I want to be able to utilize data and information to create systems that help use existing information and data to make the world safer and day to day life easier.
Campus Involvement & Experiences: During high school I was a 4 year basketball player, participated in orchestra, played the cello, participated in FBLA, helped work on a new app that helps players get recruited and shows stats and records for all high school sports and activities called Fanpalooza, interned at U of I iVenture accelerator, shadowed and helped athletic trainer at the U of I during wheelchair basketball and wheelchair track summer camps, I was a research Intern and Worked in the Motor Control Research Lab of Dr Jacob Sosnoff, Department of Kinesiology, University of Illinois, assisting with experiments looking at mobility and balance impairment in people with neurological conditions such as Multiple Sclerosis and Parkinson’s Disease, I also volunteered time to help train and develop my younger brothers aau basketball team, and more.