Hello! My name is Michelle, and welcome to my website! I am a student at the University of Washington, where I was directly admitted into the computer science major and will graduate in June 2021.
I am currently interested in machine learning, data science, and data visualization, but I also have a background in cybersecurity and computer networking.
I was a high school intern at Microsoft during the summer of 2018, where I helped design and develop a prototype of a performance manager for Office Add-ins using TypeScript React and Office Fabric UI.
This summer, I am working as a research assistant in the ICTD Lab at the University of Washington, where I have created a Markov model to predict whether credit transactions across our networks are fraudulent
and am currently analyzing data coming back from one of our remote cellular networks in a rural area.
In high school, I was an active student in the Cisco Networking Academy, and received my Cisco Certified Networking Associate (CCNA) certification in 2016.
I placed 47th in the nation in the Cisco NetRiders competition, in which I competed against college students from around the nation as a high school student.
I have also traveled to the island of Antigua in the Caribbean to install and replace computer labs in primary schools.
When I'm not coding, I enjoy playing piano and guitar, as well as bullet journaling!