A no-frills, atomic, extendable button library.
As a former sign language interpreter, I am a advocate for accessibility and the involvement of people with disabilities in building technology. I am always aspiring to learn more about accessibility in software development, and would enjoy connecting with professionals regarding their experience creating usable and accessible technologies.
As a software engineering student at Prime, I had the opportunity to learn and work on a few AngularJS, Node.js, Express, and MongoDB progressive web applications. One of the projects is interpreting.agency, a software program I built to create collaboration in the scheduling process for language services companies.
Provided remote support services for small business owners. On-call support to resolve a variety of technical or software issues (especially involving Quickbooks) in a timely manner including a variety of development tasks and small software fixes and solutions.
My biggest passion outside of development is volunteerism, both digital and in-person. I have provided consulting services, development services, and countless hours of in-person volunteer work to many organizations over the years.
After finishing my time at Prime, I continue to stay involved as both a software engineering tutor and mentor to current cohorts.
I participated in a 24-hour hackathon to build a website for a deserving non-profit.
I was an active volunteer for the Indiana School for the Deaf from 2010 through 2014 before moving out of the state. I started by working conessions and eventually began recruiting, scheduling, and managing other volunteers for sporting events that served 1000+ people.