December 2021–present
Researcher and writer
I founded and maintain the website Web3 is Going Just Great , which highlights examples of how cryptocurrency and web3 projects are failing to live up to their promises. I also write a popular newsletter that covers topics pertaining to the cryptocurrency industry. I have written essays outlining issues with crypto-utopianism and techno-solutionism, and my expertise has been featured in publications including The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Financial Times, and NPR. I've also advised various lawmakers, regulators, and other governmental officials within and outside of the United States. Some of my work has included: See my other speaking, writing, and press coverage.

Harvard University Library Innovation Lab

November 2022–October 2023
Year-long fellowship to continue my research and work surrounding the cryptocurrency and blockchain industries, as well as topics including online governance, digital identity, and the future of the web. Some of my work with the LIL included:


Tech lead November 2017–May 2022
I spent more than four years as a tech lead for several teams working on HubSpot's developer platform and tooling. I took an active development role while also building high-performing teams and collaborating with engineering leadership, product management, and product design to lead team direction. Throughout, I mentored and worked alongside engineers who were anywhere from intern to senior level, and mentored several people into senior engineer and tech lead roles.
Senior software engineer July 2017–November 2017
Software engineer May 2016–July 2017
Software engineering co-op May–September 2015, July–December 2014


Selected press


Northeastern University — Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science 2011–2016