I am a Principal Lead Program Manager in the Security and Cryptography team in Microsoft Research. I have been in applied research teams in Microsoft for over 12 years, first on the “Venice” Mesh Networking incubation, then a hardware project, and for the last 10 years, a variety of security and cryptography projects including searchable encryption, homomorphic encryption, a variety of ECC projects, and post-quantum cryptography.
Prior to joining MSR, I worked on visualization and management tools and infrastructure for IT in Visio and Windows. I’ve shipped 10 products as a PM or Lead PM, including some interesting work in TCP/IP network discovery, agent-less management of distributed systems, and multi-layered network and distributed systems visualization. My career started in IT, where I worked for 13 years designing and managing networks and distributed systems, including 4 years at Boeing as an Architect on the 777 program.
I have a B.A. in History from Stanford University.