At Palantir, I design data analysis software for some of the world’s most complex information and operational problems.
Before Palantir, I helped democratize investing at Acorns, a financial technology startup backed by PayPal, and ran an online design course. I studied business at USC, but became fascinated with design after taking ARCH-444, an architecture course on mid-century houses in Los Angeles, transitioning into designing digital experiences soon after.
I’m also a TCK, having grown up in Japan as a Korean-American. Currently, I split my time between San Francisco and London. In my free time, I enjoy exploring architecture, playing basketball, and talking about fashion.