Developed and launched a mobile game for children that raised awareness of the number of calories in certain foods

Led free web development workshops monthly for the underprivileged at local libraries

Became very involved in the tech community- speaking at Startup Week, Girls Who Code, Code Crush, and Coffee & Code

Pitched a startup idea to VC’s at Get Started, by Inc. Magazine, and declared runner-up amongst well-funded startups

Worked as a Fellow for Chicago Ventures, scoping out startups in the OMA area, reporting those with high growth potential

Organized the Midwest Entrepreneurship Conference for two years, introducing an impactful startup career fair concept

1 of 20 (and the first from Nebraska) selected to attend Square’s College Code Camp in San Francisco

Honored as a Grace Hopper Scholar in Dallas, TX in 2016

Received the NCWIT Aspirations in Computing award which honors young women at the high-school level for their computing-related achievements and interests. Awardees are selected for their computing and IT aptitude, leadership ability, academic history, and plans for post-secondary education

Competed in and won the UNO Business Plan in 2017

Attended the Y-Combinator Female Founders Conference in San Francisco in 2016

Awarded the Chancellor’s Commission on the Status of Women scholarship for making contributions toward addressing improving the status of women or gender issues at the university

Selected for the University Honors Scholarship- awarded annually to 40 selected students of the university. The university gathered the top 2 students (one male and one female) with the highest GPA in their major. Awardees were then selected from the pool by a committee