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      Kimberly G. - Swift

      Kimberly G. - Swift

      I received my master’s degree in Engineering from Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where I also studied Brain and Cognitive Sciences. While completing my education, I took various professional-level positions. During an internship with Google, I designed a system for Google Search Appliance that resulted in an execution 10x faster than the system previously in place. I joined MoPub, where my initial assignment was to scale the core of the Python adviser. I successfully scaled it to over 1.5 billion monthly impressions and removed its latency by 50%. Less than two years after I left, Twitter purchased MoPub for $600 million.

      I was the co-founder and CTO of a New York City startup, where I was praised for my leadership abilities. I led engineering as we grew from three to 30 engineers. Our team built world-class software, wrote a very popular engineering blog, and created some of the most popular iOS framework on Github.

      After completing several contract assignments, including a three-month stint with Twitch (where I optimized the build stage of the app and helped it run 34% faster), I’ve now become a member of the technical staff at OpenAI, a non-profit artificial intelligence research company.

      I received my master’s degree in Engineering from Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where I also studied Brain and Cognitive Sciences. While completing my education, I took various professional-level positions. During an internship with Google, I designed a system for Google Search Appliance that resulted in an execution 10x faster than the system previously in place. I joined MoPub, where my initial assignment was to scale the core of the Python adviser. I successfully scaled it to over 1.5 billion monthly impressions and removed its latency by 50%. Less than two years after I left, Twitter purchased MoPub for $600 million.

      I was the co-founder and CTO of a New York City startup, where I was praised for my leadership abilities. I led engineering as we grew from three to 30 engineers. Our team built world-class software, wrote a very popular engineering blog, and created some of the most popular iOS framework on Github.

      After completing several contract assignments, including a three-month stint with Twitch (where I optimized the build stage of the app and helped it run 34% faster), I’ve now become a member of the technical staff at OpenAI, a non-profit artificial intelligence research company.

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