I am a current Masters student in SEGAL at the University of Victoria, supervised by Dr. Daniela Damian. I hold a Bachelor of Kinesiology from Washington State University, and a Bachelor of Computer Science (Software Engineering option) from the University of Victoria.
My area of interest encompasses requirements engineering in software ecosystems (SECOs). This includes current challenges faced in SECOs, open innovation between a keystone organization and other organizations, and privacy practices within SECOs. Additional interests include human-computer interaction, information visualization, and global software development.
I enjoy collaborative work and believe it is imperative to help new and upcoming software engineers to navigate the unknown paths of this field. In addition to my research, I assist teachers in labs and tutorials to help share my areas of knowledge to encourage growth and development in all students.