I graduated from University of Baltimore with an Applied IT Bachelor's Degree, where I studied various programming languages, as well as security protocols. I enjoyed my time at UB because I met people with the same goal as me, to get a degree in a vastly growing field.
In my free time I love to coach and play sports. I played soccer growing up for various clubs and then made JV and Varsity at Perry Hall High School and walked away with 2 County Championships and 1 Region Championship. I continued my career at CCBC Essex, and in 2013 we managed to be one of 12 teams invited to Tyler, Texas to take part in a National tournament between the best community colleges. We came in fifth after being know as "the worst team there". I coach for Pipeline Soccer Club, where I am an assistant coach for a U-17 boys team.
In the winter I snowboard around 2-3 times a week (unfortunately climate is going to make that hard this year) and teach my friends how to snowboard. I like to go out west to the real mountains and I love to hit jumps and rails.
I'm extremely excited to start the career path with JellyFish because it coreelates with the classes i found most interesting at UB.
Fun Fact: I was adopted from a southern Siberian city called Novosibirsk, Russia before I turned one year old.