- Gained visibility to 50+ tools to see where the gap exist through creating an inventory and displaying information on a dashboard
- Simplified tool assessment and scoring method, providing standardize comparison across all security tools
- Managed team of 4 to drive POC on Windows patching and update server, identifying vulnerabilities on GE Healthcare servers
- Identified and proposed data visualization solutions ranking them on security needs, improving future implementation time
- Built out Salesforce and Salesforce1 simple quoting feature and standardized user adoption documentation
- Advanced employee knowledge of Application Security through presentation and resource distribution
- Practice and study lean techniques through both peers and professionals
- Implement lean techniques through assigned projects
- Network with professionals in the field to learn from real world applications of lean
- Handled all aspects of new tooling kick off, design, build, fit and function, cost, and timing on roughly 9 programs
- Coordinated Engineering changes including; obtaining quotes, releasing tools, tracking changes, and final buy off procedures
- Worked with all major OEM's on multiple interior components
Managed International Planning and Facilities team or 15 people, directing operational aspects of the event planning
Recruited distinguished individuals with respect to their field for a diverse judging panel
Managed and organized tech talks to cover topics including several technical topics
Responsible for maintaining student run webpage; including event updates and survey response management
Established new display communication, visible in a high traffic area of the Engineering Building
Managed restructured executive board of 14 students, assisting them in the creation of 5 successful organization programs.
Planned and executed first AES Company Gallery; attracting 40% of AES students.
Collaborated with Alumni and students to improve campus involvement; including initializing $1,000 AES video competition
Act as main liaison between the Michigan Lean Consortium (MLC) Board of Directors and student chapter
Women in Computing, FIRST Robotics Volunteer Mentor, Society of Women Engineers (Past: Co-Membership Chair), Women in Engineering (Mentor)
Created at the University of Michigan's hackathon, MHacks, this project instructed users with this app on how to driver a manual transmission. The app obtained real-time information from a Chrysler 300 RT vehicle via a OBD II port bluetooth dongle - including gear, clutch, brake, and accelerator position. The app then processed this information and provided direct feedback on what the driver should be doing in terms of applying the brake or clutch, or when to shift. Safety features such as reading the information out loud instead of the driver looking at the app directly were provided.