I am a student at the University of British Columbia doing a combined major in Computer Science and Microbiology & Immunology. I have volunteer experience in the healthcare field, and I'm passionate about using technology to solve real-world challenges.
Solved challenging coding problems in a university-wide coding competition.
Technologies used: Java
Made an Android app that provides a virtual companion for people with depression and/or anxiety by using some of cognitive behavioral therapy’s approaches by intervening their thoughts and behaviors for their betterment. The user is able to communicate with the companion by telling it how they’re feeling and getting personalized responses and advice based on a database that maps feelings to suggestions. The app also contains a to-do list that motivates the user to do certain tasks, and when completed, it gives them positive affirmations using a point system.
One of the top 15 teams
Technologies used: Java, XML
Graduated with Honours
Responsible for recruiting students to donate blood
Ensuring all the blood donors meet all the requirements before donating blood
Sharing information with students to keep them updated about the LTSS Canadian Blood Services blood drive
Making social media pages and using these to engage younger audience to donate blood
Planning, organizing, and implementing ideas for events
My determination and leadership as a student recruiter for the Canadian Blood Services enabled me to help our school get the 4th highest number of units of blood donated in Canada, and the 1st highest in British Columbia, as part of the Young Blood for Lives program.
Planning and organizing events and parties for the residents; getting volunteers to help out with the different events
Coordinating between Zion and LTSS, and sharing information with students to keep them updated about different volunteer opportunities at the Zion Park Manor Seniors Home
Helping take care of the senior residents living at the Manor
Mini Med School is a youth outreach education program for high school students all around Vancouver held at the Child and Family Research Institute. I was one of the two students in my school selected to attend this program, based on academic achievements.
I was selected to participate in the Minerva 'Learning to Lead' Leadership Program held at UBC among 50 grade 11 girls in BC. This program gave us an opportunity to develop confidence and explore our leadership potential, and discover our strengths and values to positively impact the world around us.