I'm a private equity associate at 777 Partners with experience across multiple industries. I came from an investment banking background and have the relevant skillset and training across broad deal experience. I was trained as an economist at Harvard (where I was on the Economics Board), but I took classes across a wide range as a liberal arts student. I also took a few statistics classes that have helped me do data analysis in the real world since graduating. I've been interested in technology ever since I attended HP Codewars my freshman year of high school. I sourced technology investments from my classmates for VC fund Mercury Fund. I was previously an internet entrepreneur where I learned a ton about entrepreneurship through experience. Through the experience, I became much better at full stack web development in Ruby on Rails and have since used my website skills to manage websites for 3 places I've worked. I also have had an interest in the healthcare field. I performed research at the National Institutes of Health, was in the top few pre-med students in the nation on a competition on knowledge of human diseases, and interacted with patients at a hospital in Houston for 4 years as a leader of the volunteer program. I have a track record for doing well at hard things. In the workplace, I learned well tax equity and life settlement actuarial modeling, which are both hard, in addition to traditional fundamental models. I was one of the best oboe players in Texas (see recording below), a very hard instrument, and I excelled at chess - I won a US Junior Open. I participated in the Boy Scouts of America program for 10 years to reach Eagle Scout (where I had to survive in the wilderness, occasionally). I trained in Tae Kwon Do, sparring, and forms for 3 years to reach the black belt level. I competed as a swimmer in various leagues and teams throughout my life and still enjoy swimming for fun. I look forward to finding ways we can work together and collaborate.