Undergraduate GPA (including Harvard and MIT): 4.0/4.0
Aug 2016 - May 2018 (expected)
Favourite Courses: Privacy and Technology - Grade: A, How to Make Anything (graduate course) - Grade: A
Sep 2014 - Aug 2016
Favourite Courses: Quantum Computation (graduate course) - Grade: A, Finance Technology (graduate course) - Grade: A
Sprinter at British and Danish Championships; Student Government President
Nov 2010 - Jun 2016
Science Award, Academic Award, Outstanding Student Award, Citizenship Award, Leadership Award, Student of the Year Award
Favourite Courses: IB Higher Level Maths - Grade: 7 out of 7, IB Higher Level Physics - Grade: 7 out of 7, IB Higher Level Economics - Grade: 7 out of 7, IB Higher Level Chemistry - Grade: 7 out of 7
This scholarship recognizes outstanding undergraduate female students anywhere in the world who are studying computer science.
Awarded for demonstration of excellence in technology.
Awarded for a strong academic record, and exemplifying leadership and demonstrating passion in the field of computer science.
Awarded for demonstrated passion for technology, academic excellence and leadership while working to push the software industry forward.
Awarded for leadership and potential for having a lasting impact in the community
Awarded for embodying Goldman Sach's Business Principles, including: creativity and imagination, excellent teamwork, intense effort in work, and integrity and honesty.
Awarded for building a web application allowing Medicare patients to seamlessly contact their providers. Built at the Hackathon at Brown Univeristy.
This scholarship program is a competitive undergraduate scholarship program established to provide outstanding students with $15,000 for exceptional academic achievement and a summer internship.
Awarded to one student in the freshman class at MIT for distinguished achivement in leadership. Awarded for working with others in a common effort and enriching the quality of campus life.
Selected from over 1,600 applications for demonstrating outstanding academic achievement as well as strong engineering potential.
Awarded for achievement in physics.
Worked on machine learning and web development projects that were launched to over 3.5 million users during my internship.
Worked with a tech client and took the initiative to code a machine learning application that was recognized by the CIO and was projected to save over $1 million for the client.
Worked in experimental and theoretical quantum computing research groups. Collaborated with PhD students to build tools and technologies for quantum computation. Previously created circuits, and currently performing simulations of theories in quantum computing.
Took the initiative to code a tool for my team that made a certain process (to evaluate companies) 10,000 times quicker. Created presentations and financial models for companies worth billions of dollars.
Helped MIT students with their career path and finding internships. Provided advice and mentorship to the MIT students.
Programmed two investment-banking tools, which are being used for Goldman Sachs’ clients within the Tech and Merger and Acquisition groups. My work was recognized by heads in Investment Banking.
Programmed a tool in the trading division that will save the firm over $1,000,000 in a period of five years.
Provided solutions and assistance for questions from over 200 members of the MIT community for problems concerning computers, software, and network access on campus.
Led the adult volunteers and workers as a teenager at the largest church in Denmark, planned and coordinated meetings, attended local and overseas leadership conferences. Started as a volunteer and later was offered a job.
Optimize Guide is a blog with advice about job, internship and college applications that has been read by more than 150,000 people. Optimize Guide has a program called "Now Know" that uses seven research-backed strategies to encourage more females into computer science. We have taught hundreds of students so far using the strategies, and have received over tens of thousands of dollars in funding from companies including Google.
I founded the first and only philosophy club at MIT. We now have over 200 members. We create events that foster philosophical discussions in the MIT community and collaborate with Harvard Review of Philosophy.
Lean On Me is a text-based service that allows people to talk about their problems anonymously. I am helping create a sustainable and growing organization so that college students across the country can get access to Lean On Me. Our service is being used at three universities across the country.
I am an associate at NavTalent - I connect Harvard students with technology startups. Through me, Harvard students have received job offers at the best technology startups.
Franklin Fellows have dinners together with guest speakers and other students - the fellows share a passion for self-improvement and a love of giving.
Initiated online advertising for the first time in The Tech's 20 year online history. Communicated with over 50 clients, which contributed to over $10,000 in revenue.
I built a physical product that produces real-time feedback during lectures. I designed and built all the circuitry as well as the product itself, and wrote the code to connect the different components together.
My team built a web application allowing Medicare patients to seamlessly contact their providers. Voice Care was built at the Brown University Hackathon - my team were finalists and won a prize.
More than 3/4 of Americans live paycheck to paycheck. FinBucks is an app that helps people manage their finances and save money. Finbucks was voted as the best project in the graduate finance technology course I took my sophomore fall.
I built the first front-facing encryption chrome extension that encrypts the plaintext on your browser.
I, with others, built a web application that allows all voices to be heard in a meeting. In order to build this I used Angularjs, Express, Nodejs and MongoDB.
My friend and I built an educational tool that allows you to quiz yourself. You can enter a piece of text and using natural lanaguage processing, our algorithm generates questions from the piece of text so that you can quiz yourself.
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