About

Connor

Connor is pursuing a major in Computer Science with a minor in Economics at Harvard University. On campus, he served on the board of Harvard College Consulting Group (HCCG), partnering with Fortune 500 technology companies, startups, and nonprofits to solve critical business challenges. While on board, he collaborated with five other board members to secure paid engagements, supervise client relations, and develop case scopes and final recommendations. Connor's entering his third year as a teaching fellow for "Intro to Computer Science" and "Intro to AI with Python" at Harvard, where he teaches about a range of topics including introductory C, Python, SQL, and web frameworks as well as machine learning via TensorFlow Keras and Natural Language Toolkit. Connor worked in Corporate Strategy at PTC, focusing on Internet of Things and Augmented Reality software for use in manufacturing. He also spent time at DFINITY, a distributed computing startup, creating programming lessons and toolkits designed for university professors. This past summer he worked at Insight Partners, a venture capital and private equity firm in NYC, sourcing and analyzing software startups in the DevOps/Infrastructure IT space for potential investment, where he'll return full-time after graduation. Connor was born in the Green Mountains of Vermont, and he loves skiing, hiking, trail running, and anything that gets him active in the great outdoors. He's also a political junky, avid science nerd, and a lifelong subscriber to The Atlantic.

Three words to describe me...

Inquisitive
Driven
Caring

I prefer to teach in a

visual

or

,

presenter

,

, or

student-led

, or

style.

How I spend my free time

outdoors
sports
reading