Streamlined: OAB is an app developed for Hospital of The University of Pennsylvania Urology department to help senior patients navigate, personalize, and track treatment options for overactive bladder and cut hospital visit time.
XpenseBook's goal is to help simplify the expense report process by streamlining users’ biggest pain point – setting up, entering data, and attaching receipts – through a mobile-app developed and refined by user-centered evaluation.
Web dashboard and accompanying Android app aimed at changing banking for students by identifying the locations where users spend money the most frequently within an adjustable timeframe - all presented in an interactive dashboard.
Winner of Capital One hackathon 2015
Android application developed for the Penn Center of Innovation equipping homeowners with available energy rebates nearby to help reduce energy expenditure, calculates annual energy consumption costs by category, and connects homeowners with contractors for hire in their region.
Co-chair of Penn Social Entrepreneurship Movement (PennSEM) Consulting under the Wharton Social Impact Initiative. Manages 15 students per semester and has led over 12 projects providing pro-bono advisory services to social enterprises in the North America, Southeast Asia, and South America.
Designed UI/graphics for a Chrome webapp/Android app that teach users about Internet safety through gamification view of one's browsing history. Developed as part of Google's 24HoursOfGood hackathon addressing Internet security.