I am currently a software engineer on Google’s cryptography team working primarily on Tink, a multi-language, open source library that provides cryptographic APIs that are secure and hard(er) to misuse.

Previously, I worked on

I am an organizer for the Open Source Cryptography Workshop, which is colocated with Real World Crypto.


I obtained my bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Computer Science at Stanford University, where I did research in the field of bioinformatics at the Butte and Sirota Labs, both of which are now located at the University of California, San Francisco.


At the moment, I am (slowly) working through a master’s degree in Theology and Literature at the Graduate Theological Union, focusing on polyphony and aesthetics in the traditions of Dostoevsky, Bakhtin, and Kierkegaard.

I enjoy trail running (also slowly) and reading (in addition to the above, Borges and Proust are some other favorites).