I strengthened my knowledge of coding fundamentals and became confident in expressing my ideas.August 2012
When I began studying web design at university, it was my first big step toward being where I am today. I'm proud to have achieved a bachelor's degree (2:1), as it was my gateway into a web programming career.June 2014
Working in a small agile team allowed me to build my skill set and learn time-management skills. A hands-on approach allowed me to grow alongside more experienced developers.September 2014
Circle Interactive was my introduction to multi-client working. I enjoyed the opportunity of using new technologies, such as React.July 2016
Moving across the globe to be with my significant other has been challenging, but worth it. The sacrifice of having to leave my previous job position was inevitable. I am now pursuing future career options after receiving work authorization and studying web development until then.July 2019
Heartbeat was my introduction to working with American healthcare and larger ongoing projects. As project lead, I was responsible for meeting strict timelines. This taught me the importance of time efficiency and the value of automation.
Working at CultHealth was my biggest challenge to date. Tasked with building out the entire department. I facilitated all processes, technologies, timelines, and hiring.Present