EXPERIENCE
Soko Glam

Winter-Spring 2018

The Klog Editorial Intern

As a Klog intern, I worked on Korean beauty e-commerce site, Soko Glam's, editorial site producing articles related to Korean beauty, skin care, and culture as well as providing content for social media platforms like Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube. I also provided interviews with influencers, organized social media contests, and communicated with skin care industry professionals to provide the most well-informed advice to our readers.

Bryn Mawr College

Fall 2017

Digital Artist

As the in-house digital artist, I designed all the materials related to Bryn Mawr College's Fall 2017 production of Riot Antigone. I also did the majority of the design for Bryn Mawr's annual spring celebration: May Day in the spring of 2018. Art portfolio available upon request.

J.P. Morgan Chase & Co.

Summer 2017

Technology Analyst Intern

As a technology analyst, I worked as a part of an Agile team to develop software solutions to maintain the complex and intricate technology infrastructure required to run J.P. Morgan Chase. We worked to maintain, power, and secure 67,000 servers and more than 28,000 databases, improved and supported the user experience of over 40 million digital users, and innovated processes to handing $5 trillion daily.

Languages Used: Java, JavaScript, SQL, HTML, CSS, AngularJS

Bryn Mawr College

Fall 2015-Fall 2017

Teaching Assistant

Teaching Assistant: Introduction to Computer Science at Haverford College, Introduction to Computing at Bryn Mawr College, Biology Through Computing at Bryn Mawr College, Topics in Programming at Haverford College

Languages Used: Python, Processing (Java Subset)

Girls Who Code

Summer 2016

Undergraduate Instructor

Girls Who Code is a national non-profit organization dedicated to closing the gender gap in technology. The Summer Immersion Program is a seven week intensive summer program wherein classes of 10th and 11th grade girls learn how to code and get exposure to technology jobs. They are hosted at some of the top tech companies in the world. At Girls Who Code, I conducted lectures of designated Girls Who Code curriculum to 20 high school girls, identified students' areas of weakness and provide one-on-one student support, supported teacher in classroom management, lectures, discussions, labs, and activities, counseled students on professional and personal matters, as needed and requested, with maturity and discretion

Languages Used: Scratch, Python, Pygame, C++, Arduino, HTML, CSS, Javascript, Bootstrap

Bryn Mawr College

Fall 2015

Student Switchboard Operator

As a Student Switchboard Operator, I served as the first line of communication between the public and the college, I effectively and efficiently processed all phone calls to college, administered contact between prospective students, parents, students, professors and the college, and quickly analyzed problems and developed and implemented solutions in high stress situations.

Digital Media Academy

Summer 2015

Instructor

Digital Media Academy is a technology summer program, focused on offering summer courses that expose kids and teens to subjects like programming, game design and development, filmmaking, and more. Courses Taught: 'Introduction to Programming with Java', 'Adventures in Game Design for iPhone & iPad', 'Java for App & Game Development, 'App Development for iPhone & iPad'

Languages Used: Java, Processing, GameSalad, Swift


*Additional job experience available upon request


EDUCATION
Bryn Mawr College

August 2014 - December 2017

Bachelor of Arts in Computer Science from Haverford College

Relevant Coursework: Principles of Programming Languages, Discrete Mathematics, Data Science and Visualization, Relational Database Design, Analysis of Algorithms, Computer Organization, Theory of Computation (Present), Concurrency and Co-Design in Operating Systems (Present)


PROJECTS
Senior Thesis

Fall 2017

Researched use of partially observable Markov decision processes in stroke rehabilitation technology, particularly of upper extremities (arm, shoulder, hand). Research showed the use of Markov decision processes in stroke rehabilitation robotics could improve patient's movement ability by providing additional at-home therapy without strict supervision of physical therapist. Additionally, use of these decision processes could improve feedback given to both user and physical therapist and personalize therapy to, in theory, provide faster recovery of muscle movement following stroke.

Haverford Registrar Project

Fall 2016

Devised and implemented an algorithm which to optimize the way in which students at Bryn Mawr and Haverford Colleges are assigned and lotteried into classes. The algorithm factored in class room sizes, teacher scheduling, scheduling time slots, and above all student choices and returned a full schedule of classes as well as a schedule for every student. The algorithm also returned college data including which departments, based upon student interest, require more funding, professors, or space on campus, how bus schedule between the two schools must be altered, and how best to schedule labs to fit with student schedules.

Languages Used: Python

Walter Benjamin on Lancaster Avenue

Spring 2016

Developed, designed, and implemented a number of data visualizations for the Walter Benjamin on Lancaster Avenue Project created by Haverford Professor Andrew Friedman. The Project collected a number of data points indexing modernity on the historic Lancaster Avenue which runs from Philadelphia to Lancaster, PA. The project, a collective of digital scholarship, originated as a student-faculty collaboration of archival research. The data points collected were visualized so as to relate modernity across time and space, and confirmed Benjamin's theory of arbitrary signification. Visualizations available upon request.

Languages Used: Python

*Project materials available upon request


ACTIVITIES
Liberty in North Korea

May 2015 - December 2017

Social Media Director, Events Coordinator, Graphic Designer

Liberty in North Korea is a non-profit organization based out of Torrance, California, United States and Seoul, South Korea that provides rescue of North Korean refugees hiding in China and seeks to resettle them in South Korea or the United States to avoid forced repatriation back to North Korea. The Bryn Mawr Chapter seeks to raise awareness of this cause through fundraising and campus events. In Fall of 2015, in partnership with campus organizations Asian Students Association, Korean Students Association, and Amnesty International, Katherine organized a screening of Jubilee Project's Save My Seoul with film director and producer Jason Y. Lee.

WHRC Bi-Co Radio

January 2015 - May 2017

Programming Director

WHRC Bi-Co Radio is the official radio station of Bryn Mawr and Haverford Colleges. WHRC began at Haverford College in 1923 and has established a network of thousands of alumna across both Bryn Mawr and Haverford Colleges. Recently it has become web-based broadcasting due to the shift from live radio to podcasting and currently working to create a state of the art studio space in collaboration with the Visual Culture Arts and Media Center and the Hurford Center for the Arts and Humanities. As Programming Director, Katherine is first line of contact between student DJs as well as alumna DJs and the radio e-board. Duties include keeping DJs accountable, creating the schedule, maintaining the schedule, and dealing with technological issues that may come up during broadcasting.

Bryn Mawr College Traditions

Spring 2016

Appointee
Bi-Co Additional Works

Fall 2015

Director

SKILLS
Technical Skills

Python, Java, HTML/CSS, C++, Scheme, JavaScript (Learning), Swift (Learning), MySQL (Learning), Django (Learning)

Additional Projects

PennApps XII (iOS Messaging App), Project CS Girls (Mentor - Spring 2015)

Office Skills

Microsoft Office: Word, Powerpoint, Excel, Google Drive, Photoshop CS5, Public Speaking, CPR Certified

Social Media

Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Tumblr, Wordpress