Welcome to my tiny home on the internet! Feel free to wander around and stay awhile. It’s nice to meet you — I’m Chloe.
I grew up in foggy San Francisco befriending humble houseplants and my grandparents’ loquat trees. In spirit of bringing nature’s charm into the digital world, I like tending to this space as a garden. I spend much of my time here planting seeds, nurturing ideas, and reflecting on the fruits of journeys I take.
I’m curious about how we might re-imagine the web for coexistence, design interactions that feel magical, and explore new ways to mesh with technology.
Currently, I’m a sophomore studying computer science at Carnegie Mellon University, where I organize Pittsburgh’s largest hackathon and serve as a teaching assistant for 15-122 Principles of Imperative Computation.
In past lives, I...
- Crafted a women in STEM magazine for 13k readers
- Built an unplugged CS curriculum to make learning feel like play
- Placed at 5 hackathons by tinkering apps for social good
Before you go, feel free to step into my garden and visit some plants I’ve been tending to and fruits I’ve harvested from past seasons.
If any of these areas interest you, please reach out! I’m always looking to make new friends. :)