San Francisco State University
Master of Music, Violin Performance, 2010

University of California at Berkeley
Bachelor of Arts, Political Science, 2004

Current Work Experience
Coordinator, Continuing Education & Events, UC Berkeley School of Optometry
Orchestra Librarian at Berkeley Symphony
Librarian for Maestro Kent Nagano

Past Work Experience
Concert and Events Manager at Hertz Hall, Department of Music at UC Berkeley, Production Assistant at Sun Valley Summer Symphony, Orchestra Librarian for Vallejo Symphony, Young People’s Symphony Orchestra, UC Berkeley Symphony Orchestra,  San Francisco Symphony Youth Orchestra

Assistant to the librarian of Maestro Michael Tilson Thomas.

Research assistant for the Kalmus critical edition of España by Emmanuel Chabrier.

Librarian and production assistant for: Terry Riley’s 45th Anniversary of In C at Carnegie Hall, Lorin Maazel’s Britten Project with the Castleton Festival Opera at Zellerbach Hall, Mark Morris Dance Group Romeo and Juliet, On Motifs of Shakespeare and The Hard Nut, and the Royal Danish Ballet The Lesson and La Sylphide.

Research assistant on juvenile justice issues at Asian Pacific Psychological Services (now CHAA).
Asian and Pacific Islander Youth Homelessness in West Contra Costa County

Facilitator for South East Asian Young Leaders (SEAYL, now RYSE Youth Center), an after-school program for at-risk Southeast Asian Youth in Richmond.


Performing Experience:
Freelance violinist performing in recital, chamber, and orchestral performances throughout the Bay Area, including the Divisa Ensemble,  Berkeley Symphony Orchestra, Sacramento PhilharmonicSan Francisco Academy Orchestra, the Sun Valley Summer Symphony, the Mendocino Music Festival Orchestra, the Lener String Trio, The Bach Quartet Project, and Opus Strings. Participated in masterclasses run by the Alexander String Quartet, violinist Midori, violinist and violist Toby Appel, violinist Roy Malan, and pianist Lydia Artymiw. Studied with Zakarias GrafiloMariko Smiley, Natasha Fong, and Byron Tauchi.