Am President of the Harvard Club of Charlotte (2012-Present).
Am Director of Speaker Recruitment and Sponsorship for 2013 New England Symposium on Statistics in Sports (NESSIS).
Wrote senior thesis (advisor Carl Morris, Harvard Professor of Statistics) on “An In-game Win Probability Model for the NBA” (2012).
Co-organized 2011 New England Symposium on Statistics in Sports (NESSIS).
Presented “In-Game Win Probability for Basketball” at the 2011 New England Symposium on Statistics in Sports (NESSIS).
Was Secretary/Co-President/Member of the Harvard Sports Analysis Collective (2007-2012).
Presented “The Pythagorean Formula for Overtime” at the 2009 New England Symposium on Statistics in Sports (NESSIS). The poster was named the Best Student Poster of the conference. The corresponding paper was then published: “Predicting Overtime with the Pythagorean Formula,” Journal of Quantitative Analysis in Sports: Vol. 6: Iss. 2, Article 1. 2010.
Acted as a consultant in the Major League Baseball (MLB) bat study to try to help identify the risk level of broken bats and what could be done to mitigate it (2008).
Did consulting work to help build a fantasy football model (2008).
Harvard College, 2007-2012.
oMinor: East Asian Studies
oForeign Language Citation: Mandarin Chinese
While an undergraduate, I interned in basketball operations for the Houston Rockets.
I am fluent in Mandarin Chinese.
I took a gap year away from Harvard to work in China (2009-2010).