I created the concept, content and design of the C615 newspaper.
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After I graduated college, I packed my bags and moved up north to Boston to join an early stage tech start-up. I made new friends, became introduced to the world of technology and even began walking faster.
I grabbed a hiking pack and a passport and solo traveled throughout Nepal for several months. I lived in an orphanage in Kathmandu, gained the skill of bartering, and trekked throughout the Himalayas.
I worked for Cool People Care, where I engaged with their users on how to make an impact in the world, while working remotely in Puerto Rico.
I moved back to my hometown of Nashville to work for C615, a network of innovative, versatile spaces that houses a bold community of creators, thinkers and doers.
I attended the Nashville Software School, a six-month program that teaches the craft of software development. Ever since, I've been working full time as a software developer.
I believe technology has a huge potential in bringing positive change around the world. And deep down, I simply want to create beautiful things that do good.