I'm a software engineer on the Google Chrome security team. I work on browser features that keep users safe and that help developers build secure web applications.

Before joining Chrome security, I was a core developer on Meteor, a JavaScript application framework. I worked mostly on internal infrastructure, the user accounts system, and projects to enhance framework security.

I did my undergraduate degree at Stanford and my master's at MIT, where I did resesarch in computer security and privacy, particularly in web applications. I focused on client-side cryptography, working on a fast Javascript cryptography library and later developing a framework for keeping sensitive user data private in web apps served by untrusted servers. As an undergraduate, I also worked on systems for censorship circumvention and TLS handshake optimization on the web, and I spent summers doing internships at Google, Microsoft, and Fog Creek Software.