A globally-minded master's candidate in urban planning who is very used to movement, quick decision-making and prompt problem-solving. A troubleshooter and alternative seeker, I keep an open mind and endeavour to adapt to challenging changes swiftly.
I troubleshoot everyday issues on computers, tablets and mobile phones. I've worked with Google and Microsoft's platforms of apps and services, and helped set up organisation accounts with these. I have some experience in hardware and networking issues, and hold an ICDL apart from certificates in hardware engineering and network configuration courses.
I've taught young people at Stanford, and tend to do well in mentorship exercises that encourage reflection, geared toward personal development. I have taught debate and critical analysis to the 12-17 age-group.