A Computer Science major entering his second year of college, Ethan Bell is joining the CATLab as a Salesforce Developer. An adventurer by nature, he is up for the challenge of learning new things, such as queries and triggers. His hobbies include gaming, dirt biking, swimming, and surfing. Ethan frequently likes to refer to himself as an “enigma.”
Rebecca Frink studies Data Analytics, has travelled to 13 countries, and likes going to the beach, hiking, exploring, and generally being outdoors. As one of the Salesforce Developers, she hopes to learn more about Salesforce, grow in her programming skills, and help Westmont be able to work more efficiently.
A lover of plants, piano, ballet, art, and spreadsheets, Kimberlee Gong has several months’ experience working in Salesforce development for Westmont and is joining the CATLab as a Senior Developer. She hopes to see the team flourish in accomplishments, goals, and relationships. Outside of the CATLab, her current projects include a Rainbow Fish-inspired tapestry, a Chopin etude, and an android app.
Resourceful, determined, and lighthearted, Ryan Kleinberg is a Computer Science major at Westmont and a Senior Salesforce Developer at the CATLab. He enjoys sports (especially baseball), movies, and healthy living. As he works at the CATLab, he hopes to grow as a developer and form new relationships. He will also be working at Appfolio this summer.
A Senior Salesforce Developer, Jonathan Lee is excited to be collaborating with other students to improve Westmont’s Salesforce infrastructure. He also loves food and photography, and his favorite coffee shop in SB is the Breakfast Culture Club. In addition to his work at the CATLab, Jonathan is a research assistant with Dr. Patterson.
James Lopez is a mission-driven student and relationship-builder. He has taught himself many instruments and has played soccer since he was four. As a Salesforce Developer, he hopes to help Westmont move in the right direction by embracing new technological practices and to be an ambassador in the ever-evolving conversation of technology.
Exuberant, ambitious, well-rounded, and a fluent speaker of Sarcasm, Kristen Mohrhoff loves breaking stereotypes and being a woman in tech. As a Salesforce Developer, she hopes to gain experience and develop herself professionally while she helps Westmont improve its technological efficiency. She is highly skeptical of Ethan’s description of himself as an “enigma.”
Passionate about writing, languages, Tolkien, and programming, Emily Peterson is pursuing a double major in Computer Science and English. Fittingly, she joins the CATLab both as a Salesforce Developer and as a Storyteller for the creative team. She hopes to grow in experience and fellowship as she achieves her goals this summer. She is also a fluent speaker and reader of Japanese.
A member of the Applied Technology Lab last summer, Dante Poleselli operates as the Team Lead for the CATLab this year. He wants to see the team grow in their understanding of Salesforce and their unity with each other. He also wants to establish the CATLab’s name within the greater Westmont community so that people will recognize the program as a force for positive change. In addition to these ventures, he interns at Outside Open and plays baseball for Westmont College.
Sam Reep, a Data Analytics major with a double minor in Spanish and Computer Science, is a Senior Salesforce Developer at the CATLab. In addition to gaining practical experience in Salesforce and growing closer to the team, he is also interning at Appfolio this summer. He has completed two off-campus programs with Westmont, and he can whistle through his nose.
One of the first Westmont Students to work in Salesforce development, Kaylee Yoon (‘19) is essentially the pioneer of the Westmont CATLab. This summer, she continues to support the CATLab by working remotely before she goes to pursue internships in various parts of Asia. She likes baking, puzzles, reading, and board games.
A Data Analytics major, Nathan Young is practical, easy-going, compassionate, and contemplative. This summer, he is working as a Salesforce Developer and as a research intern with Dr. Patterson. He hopes to gain meaningful experience in the computer science field while learning as much as he can along the way. He enjoys playing spikeball and ultimate frisbee on the beach, has memorized the first 250 digits of pi, and has never eaten a peanut butter and jelly sandwich.