Data scientist and researcher at Jellyfish.
I previously studied physics at Harvard and MIT. My graduate work was on the statisical physics and combinatorics of biomolecules, and my undergraduate work was on multiple SUSY breaking as a model of dark matter. I still work on physics projects in my spare time.
I taught in the MITES program in 2017 and 2018, and later published some thoughts on ways to improve physics education based on the experience ("The Missing Curriculum in Physics Problem-Solving Education").