It has been two years since I graduated from high school, and in that time I have made a number of friends, learned a lot, and gained experience that has been invaluable in my career.
I’ve met people, done some amazing things, and gotten a lot out of life.
I’ve been fortunate to have a ton of experiences in my life that have enabled me to build a career that has allowed me to grow as a person and build a life that I love.
As a result, I have been able to achieve a lot more than I ever imagined, but I’m not quite finished with my journey.
In my early twenties, I started my own online magazine called TechCrunch, a magazine that would eventually be sold for $500,000 in 2013.
After spending a year working on it, I created my own startup, which I sold to a company called Ingenio in 2017.
The startup has since gone on to launch a number, including MyBrick.com and a website called Hype Machine, which has since expanded to include a mobile app called HNX.
I am currently pursuing my PhD in computer science at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, and I’m currently living in Brooklyn, New York.
I’m an active participant in various community events, including a fundraiser for the New York Police Department in October, the first time a fundraiser in New York City was ever held on behalf of the NYPD.
In addition to running TechCrunch and running HNx, I’m also an avid reader and a gamer.
I play the popular tabletop game Dungeons and Dragons.
I also dabble in other video games, and enjoy writing and reading.
I love to create and grow my own brands.
I enjoy working with people and teams, and building something new together.
I am excited to be a part of an incredibly creative community that is committed to supporting the growth of tech, education, and entrepreneurship.
I love my life and the people in it, and look forward to working with everyone at the company, the community, and the team.