About Me

I am a technologist (but also a sportswoman, dancer and backpacker) who recently entered the field of Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) at the Georgia Institute of Technology. I am pursuing HCI because I believe that user-centered research and design is essential to creating meaningful technology.

As a child, I would observe my dad playing badminton and would constantly badger him with questions about the sport. I designed a training schedule, informed by his answers, which I adhered to and won more than 70 titles. I would also evaluate my losses and refine my training schedule to yield further improvements. My childhood approach to learning badminton is similar to my approach to HCI. I continuously seek expert and user input, iterate and improve upon designs.

I look forward to much more play in my future professional and badminton journey.


Looking for UX Summer Internship, 2018

Awards & Achievements

Recipient of Net Impact Tech for Good Fellowship 2017-2018
Awarded under Rewards and Recognition Initiative at Barclays within 8 months of joining.
Reached the finals of ITU Telecom Single Board Challenge.
Placed on the Map of 150 Young Social Innovators across the globe by ITU Telecom.
Received Player of the Match for three consecutive years while representing Qatar in various International Cricket tournaments.
Captained the Qatar National U-19 Women’s Team in 2010.
Qatar National Badminton Champion across U-16, U-19 and Senior categories in both Singles and Doubles in 2010.
Qualified for India West Zone TechNgage Smart City Challenge by Nasscom Technologies in 2016 for Project Talaash.

Get in touch

+1 (470) 418-0795
  Atlanta, USA