Cynthia Richey

I am a senior undergraduate student at the University of Washington, majoring in computer science and minoring in mathematics. I am particularly interested in programming languages: I am a teaching assistant for UW's undergraduate PL course, CSE 341, this spring. I am also involved in undergraduate research with the PLSE group, working on ruler.

I will be an intern at AT&T's Atlanta office this summer. Previously, I interned with genomics startup Geneial, where I developed privacy-protecting querying tools which allow users to derive insights from encrypted data. I have also worked as a tutor for the Math Study Center, a drop-in tutoring resource for students taking UW's introductory calculus sequence. You can contact me by email or add me on LinkedIn.

Although I have lived in Seattle since 2016, I am originally from Columbia, South Carolina, a city I once heard described as "a hot concrete bowl". I don't disagree with this characterization, but I love it anyway. Outside of class, I enjoy coffee, cooking, and media of all kinds. I'm fond of unstyled HTML sites—they're classic!—but I can write a GUI should the need arise.