Hi! I’m Eva. I write codes and poems. Currently as a Computer Science student, I’m exploring the domain of technology through both back-end and front-end development to learn how we can create transformative applications for our community.

I am bilingual and I love reading books in Hindi and English. Initially, it was my love for storytelling that made me try writing poetry. Gradually, I began to see the beauty in contemporary poetry and started using imagery. From writing about oppression and social justice issues to writing about seemingly frivolous poems that involve juxtaposition and imagery, I believe I have come a long way.

Design or art, in general, makes me feel the same way. My involvement in technology and arts made me want to learn web design. Subsequently, I learned back-end web development and worked on a freelance project for my high school. To make the best of my college education, I am continuously working on developing skills that I hope would merge at some point in my professional career. Skills that foster creativity are as important for me as the ones that entail logic. This website would serve as a step ahead in my journey of a potential software developer.

Last summer (2018), I interned for EarthRights International (Thailand Office), an NGO that works for human rights and social justice. I blogged about my experiences which is also linked to this website. This summer, I will be conducting research at Illinois Wesleyan as a State Farm Summer Innovation Research Fellow and would work on analyzing large data sets that would help local NGOs and the city of Bloomington in planning the usage of their resources. 

For any communication, you may reach me through the contact form on this website. 

Download a copy of my resume here.