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Srinayana Patil

Computer Science


    I've lived in three different countries: Thailand, India, and the U.S. This unique life journey has not only broadened my horizons but has also allowed me to connect with individuals from an array of cultures and backgrounds. These experiences have taught me the importance of seeking perspectives from a diverse group of people.

    Currently pursuing a major in computer science with a minor in Integrated Business and Engineering at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, my academic expedition has been enriched by the combination of global perspectives. From learning different programming languages, algorithms, and data structures to delving into the intricate relationship between technology and business strategy through my minor, I have cultivated a comprehensive skill set.

    This journey has instilled in me a firm belief that diversity is not just a buzzword but a cornerstone in mitigating bias, especially when constructing a product or solving complex problems. My commitment to inclusivity is not just theoretical; it is a guiding principle that I carry into my professional aspirations.

    I possess a distinctive blend of technical expertise, analytical thinking, and a customer-centric mindset, which I believe are fundamental attributes for a successful product manager. My proficiency lies in translating user needs and market insights into actionable product requirements, complemented by a proven ability to collaborate with cross-functional teams throughout the product development lifecycle.

    The intersection of technology and healthcare is where my passion lies, driven by a desire to contribute to improving patient outcomes. Currently, as a product manager at Hack41mpact, where we are working with United Way, a non-profit organization, I lead a team of six developers and a designer, steering our endeavors through agile methodologies and bi-weekly code sprints. I also keep in constant touch with the non-prof! coordinator to ensure that the client needs are met. This hands-on experience has fortified my expertise in project management, user-focused development, and iterative improvement.

    As I embark on the next chapter of my career, I am eager to contribute my skills and passion to the healthcare technology domain. I am confident that my diverse background, coupled with my technical and business acumen, will enable me to make meaningful contributions to the field while championing a culture of inclusivity and innovation.



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