Hi there! My name is Sanna Ali. I was born and raised in Orange County, California. I moved to the Bay Area to attend Stanford University, and graduated in 2012 with a B.S. with Honors in Science, Technology, and Society. After graduating, I worked on the Community team at Pinterest in San Francisco. I am currently pursuing my master’s in Information and Computer Science through the Informatics Department at UC Irvine.
The academic publications that have most influenced my thinking to date are:
- “Steel Axes for Stone Age Australians”
- “Designing for Slowness, Anticipation and Re-visitation: A Long Term Field Study of the Photobox”
- The phylogeny of The Canterbury Tales
In my free time, I enjoy reading, karaoke, and analyzing social interaction to death. To the right is a picture of me with a coconut.
Feel free to reach out or find me elsewhere on the web.