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Internationally recognized researcher, and engineering student with 4+ years in biochemistry and nanotechnology, skilled at collaborating across multiple disciplines including aerospace, mechanical engineering, and biotechnology. Experienced Biochemist with a demonstrated history of working in the nanotechnology industry. A Leader skilled in Public Speaking, Qualitative and Quantitative Research, Interdisciplinary Problem Solving, and meeting demands under time constraints.
I am currently a Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering student at George Washington University, pursuing my BS as a member of the prestigious Mount Vernon Scholars program. I am seeking to expand my experience in international development, and renewable energy technology and policy.