I am the senior software developer for Global Health Metrics, a Health-tech startup located in Cleveland, OH. Our flagship product is our Health Risk Assessment, though we have several other products that we have worked on. I write the vast majority of our software and manage our servers.
Housing.Health is a site we created with the city of Cleveland to address the lead crisis in the city. The site is a database of every rental property in the city and any structural or lead risk violations reported for the property.
WRUW-FM is the campus radio station of Case Western Reserve University. I have volunteered there since my freshman year doing tech work. Since summer 2018, I have hosted “Skinny Genes“, a pop-punk show on Wednesday’s 7:30 PM – 8:30 PM. I currently server as the Web Director/SysOp, Telethon Co Director, and the manager of our YouTube channel.
I built some custom software to allow a person to listen to any show that happened in the past two weeks on demand. I also upgraded our live stream from an mp3 stream to HLS. I also added analytics to the stream, so we can track how many listeners we have online and where they are coming from.
I custom built some registration sites for several organizations inside of the Boy Scouts of America. These include custom emails and texting (including the ability to have a conversation with attendees inside a web browser), and payments via Square or Stripe.