I’m Nathan Goller-Deitsch, a sophomore at Clemson University.

Growing up, I was always a tinkerer and a builder. I loved taking things apart and figuring out how they worked, and I had a knack for coming up with creative solutions to problems. So it's no surprise that when I was introduced to programming, it was love at first "Hello, World!".

Over the years, I honed my skills and took on a variety of projects for fun, work, and learning. While in high school, among other projects, I built an RFID-based student attendance tracker, an analytics tool for chat applications, and a programming interface for an industrial robotic arm. I also had the opportunity to work on a local robotics team, where I developed autonomous control code that led us to victory five years in a row. I finished my high school years with my first real job: a summer internship at Expeditors International.

In 2022, I took on my next adventure—college. I began my studies at the Clemson University Honors College, where I am currently pursuing a degree in computer science. At Clemson, I founded a club called Clemson Build that helps connect passionate students to the people and tools they need to work on their side projects. I also took an interest in photography, culinary arts, and hiking, which I do in my spare time.

Most recently, I joined Arenova Capital, a private equity firm at the intersection of finance and technology, where I interned over the summer and winter. During my time at the firm, I led the development of multiple greenfield internal tools, along with data analysis and visualization tasks.