University of Minnesota – Twin Citiess

Bachelor of Science

  • Major: Statistics
  • Minor: Management

Work Experience


Junior Web Developer

  • Developed interactive websites using WordPress framework
  • Designed and built websites via HTML5 and CSS3
  • Built small games with JavaScript
  • Experience with GIT and GitHub
  • Worked with designers to create engaging and useful interfaces


Media Planner

  • Developed and maintained media plans for clients by ensuring deliverables are met and aligned with clients goals and objectives
  • Compiled and coordinated research data and media/marketing information
  • Presented proposals and cost schedules to clients
  • Oversaw campaign’s results and translated the information into observations/lessons learned


Media Buying Assistant

  • Gathered and organized media costs and ratings information from different mobile platform
  • Utilized media buying software and tools to develop and implement buys for mobile advertising
  • Delivered and confirmed traffic instructions and creatives

B&Q, Home improvement Center

Sales Advisor

  • Provided fast, friendly service to over 1000 customers assessing their needs and providing assistance
  • Sold over $30,000 worth of home products in a two month period by educating customers about the items
  • Managed top sales in the month for a new premium lighting product


  • HTML5
  • CSS3
  • Javascript
  • R--statistical tools for computing and graphics
  • Arc--statistical tools for regression analysis

Leadership Roles

Taiwan Undergraduate Student Association

Vice President

  • Activity Director of student organization with a staff of 11

Intramural Basketball


  • Recruited team members from school to join the basketball team
  • Organized and set up weekly practices to generate team morale and confidence

Statistical Analysis

Senior Thesis

  • Wrote a 20 page thesis utilizing statistical model regression to analyze the variables that cause liver disorder
  • Discovered through statistical research that the key variables were not significant enough to cause disorder