I am a polyglot graduate student at UofT and dedicated lifelong educator, passionate about exploring the relationships between global health, technology, economics, poli-sci, legal hermeneutics, and comparative law through my research.
When not immersed in academic pursuits, I take pleasure in traveling, engaging in software engineering, and coding.
Sometimes I write things that are prose. I’m trying to write a book that way.
Sometimes I write things that are code. This space is one of those things. I do it professionally, too.
This space serves as a refreshing escape from those demands. It provides a place where simplicity reigns and there are no expectations to fulfill.
If you are here, you are here for a reason, and from a source I know. Thank you for stopping by, and please feel free to hit me up via email if need be.
- What's worth doing, fixing faulty thinking, and making things happen!
- The happiest people are not lounging on beaches—they are engaged in interesting work.
- The anxiety always returns without fail like clockwork—stay VIGILANT!
- When you build in silence, people don't know what to attack!