I discovered coding when I was searching for a career change that was more in line with my abilities as a disabled person. I have been teaching myself to code since 2017, and have a particular interest in improving user experiences, creating great user-level documentation, and web development. I especially enjoy contributing to projects which aim to benefit marginalized people in some way. Technology only makes the world a better place when it’s accessible to all.
creations and contributions:
- Python 3, a 5-course specialization by the University of Michigan and Coursera (designed to follow the Python for Everybody specialization)
- Responsive Web Design certification, via Free Code Camp
- Web Design for Everybody (Basics of Web Development and Coding) Specialization, a 5-course specialization by the University of Michigan and Coursera
- Web Applications for Everybody: 4-course specialization by University of Michigan and Coursera
- Python for Everybody: 5-course specialization by University of Michigan and Coursera
- Cybersecurity for Business: 4-course specialization by the University of Colorado and Coursera
- Internet History, Technology, and Security: by University of Michigan and Coursera
- Data Management and Visualization: by Wesleyan University and Coursera
- Google IT Support Professional Certificate, a 5-course specialization by Google and Coursera
- b.s., chemistry
- b.s., forensic science
- small business owner
- licensed private investigator
- chemist for a pharmaceutical company
- emergency medical technician in rural New England
if you would like to support my education or portfolio projects, thank you!
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- if you’d like to contribute directly, you can buy me a coffee (or, more likely, an iced tea)