I grew up in Ethiopia and spent four years in Shanghai and Abu Dhabi, where I experienced different cultures that broadened my understanding of the world. I graduated from New York University Shanghai in 2019 with a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science. After graduation, I worked at an Artificial Intelligence laboratory in Ethiopia. During my time there, I helped develop a web platform that recommends land management techniques based on various geographical variables; since then, designing and building agricultural software products using remote sensing data piqued my interest. I am currently exploring satellite images and Machine Learning techniques to identify patterns and recommend potential solutions that can help understand environmental data better and improve the agricultural sector in developing countries.