From Spring 2016 to Fall 2017, I served as the President of Cornell Engineering World Health, an engineering project team devoted to developing low-cost medical devices for people in developing countries. Before this, I led our Electrical team in developing embedded hardware and software products such as a Vital Signs Monitor and water-well quality monitor. In early 2015, I travelled to Lima, Peru with some team members to perform field research and volunteer work in a mobile clinic with MEDLIFE International.