After graduating from BYU with a Computer Engineering degree, I attended Arizona State University, where I earned a Masters degree in Computer Science with an emphasis in Arts, Media, and Engineering. While in grad school, I started working for a BIOS and bootloader team at Intel. When I graduated from ASU, I joined Intel's Rotation Engineer Program, where I had 3, 6-month rotations in different business groups. I enjoyed the variety and upon completion of the program, joined Intel Flex, where I am a consulting software engineer. I get hired out to various teams across Intel and have worked on projects up and down the software stack, from small embedded systems and proof-of-concept prototypes to large microservice-based projects and server clusters. I enjoy the variety, the fast pace, and feel I'm always learning something new. I've also dabbled in management.