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Hello there!
I'm a software engineer living in Boston, Massachusetts.


I'm a software engineer at HubSpot. I work hard and make things.

In my free time, I like to hack on my own projects, like my army of Twitter bots. I open source all of my code, and you can check it out on GitHub! I also love to encourage women in the technical fields, and rescue cats.

I am an active editor of the English Wikipedia, where I'm an administrator and arbitrator.


Kanye for VP Chrome extension

A Chrome extension to replace references to Tim Kaine with "Kanye West".

Wikimedia timeline of recent events

I built an HTML/CSS/JavaScript timeline to document events surrounding unrest at the Wikimedia Foundation.

Twitter MBTA tracker

I wrote a RESTful API and a React app to allow people to track the MBTA trains based on tweets about the system.
Backend source · frontend source


GorillaBot is a Python IRC bot framework that can be extended to perform custom actions.

Twitter bots

I have a small contingent of Twitter bots.


Easyreader is some custom CSS and JavaScript that makes Wikipedia articles more comfortable to read.


Streampicker is an alarm clock I created to boot my desktop and show me a Twitch stream I enjoy.


Brandeis is a tool to semi-automatically convert HTML court cases into Wikitext, and then upload them to the English Wikisource.


I work as a front-end software engineer at HubSpot, a company that develops an inbound marketing and sales software platform.

I graduated with a B.S. in Computer Science from Northeastern University in 2016. During my time there, I did three co-ops: two at HubSpot, and one at NxStage Medical, Inc. I also participated as a student in Google Summer of Code in 2013, where I worked with the Wikimedia Foundation.


The best way to contact me is by email at

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