I am an undergraduate student at UC Berkeley studying mathematics and biochemistry. I have a passion for research in those areas, and also for improvement of the education system, primarily in providing access to education tech in impoverished areas, and also in novel pedagogical methods.
Currently I find myself very interested in the fields of structural biology and algebra, and I have also been actively learning about geopolitics, economics, and political theory. My hope is that by studying complex systems of various types over time, I can reconcile my interests and passions and help address structural issues in our society.
As a student of one of the most liberal universities in the world, I am continuously learning about the various injustices in the world and their root causes. I aim to enrich myself consistently by pursuing knowledge outside my main fields of interest. Doing this allows me to hone my critical thinking skills in a very context-independent manner, which I believe will be very useful. I have been preparing myself to become a global leader for change by pursuing positions of community development and intimate discussion facilitation, as well as more technical research in biochemical studies. I believe that these experiences are preparing me to help in the effort to open up dialogue on various topics, and ultimately do the most amount of social good I can.