Harvard University (September 1999 - June 2003) Cambridge, MA
  Magna cum laude in Computer Science. GPA 3.7 (overall), 3.8 (concentration). Graduated with a Master's and Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science. Finalist Harvard Entrepreneurial Contest. Harvard Business Leadership Program alumnus. Harvard Student Government representative, Harvard Radcliffe Club Scholar, Juliana and William Thompson Scholar, Harvard College Scholar, Target Scholar.
  Roslyn High School (September 1995 - June 1999) Roslyn, NY
  Valedictorian. School President. GPA 4.0. Jefferson Scholar, Coca Cola Regional Scholar, Cablevision Scholar, National Merit Scholar and Finalist, AP Honor Scholar, Tandy Scholar, Robert C. Byrd Honors Scholar, NY State Department of Education Merit Scholar, Wired Scholar, ISEF Finalist, Dartmouth Book Award, L.I. Council for Social Studies Award, Bradley Marks Memorial Award, League of Women Voters Award, Nassau County Executive Award, Scholastic Attainment Award, John Lewis Community Service Award. SAT - Verbal: 800 Math: 790.
  Facebook (February 2006 - present) Palo Alto, CA
  Ninja of Product Design: It's mostly confidential, but at Facebook I help design and build product as well as grow the product design team ( see http://www.facebook.com/ ). Favorite projects have included the Friend Finder, Gifts, Like Button, Social Ads, Credits and Payments, Games Platform. Ha, this is an old resume --> We won Best in Class for Web Design/Development in 2007 from the IMA ( see IMA Award ).
  Yub.com/Metails.com (January 2004 - February 2006) Aliso Viejo, CA
  CEO/President/Co-founder: Co-founder of Yub.com (formerly Metails.com); defined and executed the business model, including filing several key provisional patents, assembling the team, building the core technology, and negotiating the sale of the world's first social shopping engine and virtual mall. The company was acquired in September 2004 by Buy.com and her name changed from Metails.com to Yub.com. Responsible for overall strategy, UI design, product development, and coding when there was time ( see http://www.yub.com/ ).
  Digital Self Corporation (June 2002 - December 2003) Cambridge, MA
  VP Product Development: VP Product Development for a Cambridge based software start-up providing a search engine designed to garner human expertise within a company from the company's authored documents. Responsible for building the product feature set and user interface. Digital Self was an early stage start-up firm emerging from the MIT/Harvard community and financed by Harvard Business School professors.
  Amazon.com (June 2001 - September 2001) Seattle, WA
  Software Engineer Intern: Software Engineer for the Digital Media for Merchandising Group. Designed and developed a multimedia application developed in C and JavaScript that was subsequently deployed globally on all customer sites ( see http://www.netsymbiosis.com/mirrors/amazon/ ).
  Harvard Undergraduate Council (June 2002 - August 2002) Cambridge, MA
  Product Manager: Oversaw the development of an authenticated online voting system driven by PHP and MySQL, still in use by Harvard. The system ensures security, anonymous reporting, and appropriate administration and vote tallying ( see http://uc.fas.harvard.edu/services/ucvote.web/index.php?electionID=1&uniqueID=halle&sessionKey=wood ).
  Moviegal.com (December 2001 - June 2002) Cambridge, MA
  Co-founder: Co-Founder of a student run online DVD rental software provider that allowed retailers to securely expose a subset of inventory to a third party movie delivery team. Provided the services of Kozmo.com with a more traditionally business model that was built on the inventory of the established partner businesses ( see http://www.netsymbiosis.com/mirrors/moviegal/ ).
  Netsymbiosis.com (September 2001 - June 2002) Cambridge, MA
  Co-founder: Web solution provider and incubator of ideas dedicated to producing websites with elegant code, streamlined layout, and a modern sense of style. Customers included Phillips Brooks House Association, Digital Self Corporation, and Harvard Student Government ( see http://www.netsymbiosis.com/ ).
  Harvard University (January 2001 - June 2002) Cambridge, MA
  Teaching Fellow, Introduction to Computer Science II: Designed and taught weekly sections, adding a bit of humor. Rated Best CS51 TF 2001 by students.
  Programming Languages: Fluent in PHP, JavaScript, CSS, HTML, MySQL, XML, C/C++, Java, and LISP.
  Creating Stuff: Photoshop to lay it out. Vim to build it. Cell phone to launch it.
  Other Interests: Avid gamer since Metroid, vintage video game collector, dabbling poet, haphazard non-fiction writer, anti-utopian literature aficionado, pen and ink artist, left center-midfielder, unsure hip hop dancer, and aspiring architect and entrepreneur.