My career has followed a path of evolution. After receiving a BSE in Civil & Environmental Engineering and a Minor in Engineering Design at Princeton, I engaged in several exciting independent and international projects as an engineering constultant. Assignments included research prototypes and presentations for the Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum in New York City and the Holon Design Museum in Tel Aviv, publications at renowned research conferences in Hong Kong, and quantitative simulations for industrial city frameworks in Saudi Arabia.
Now that I transitioned into Financial Engineering at Stevens, I am building a strong fundamental knowledge of financial theory and applied quantitative finance, and adapting my skillset through rigorous mathematical, computational and statistical training.
The same equations of Elastic Theory that are used to analyze a skyscraper structure apply in Financial Markets, a mind-bending fact that motivated me to further explore the field.
What motivates my career progression is my desire to constantly learn, firure things out, solve problems, and grow every day.
Let’s connect – email is the best way to reach me. I also encourage Princeton undergraduate and graduate students to contact me through TigerNet or any of the contact information found on this page.