Senoir Program Commiteee for ICER (Annual ACM International Computing Education Research) conference since 2021.
SIGCSE (Annual ACM Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education) as a volunteer reviewer (2014 to 2020).
ITiCSE (Annual conference on Innovation and Technology in Computer Science Education) as a volunteer reviewer since (2017 to 2021).
ICER (Annual ACM International Computing Education Research) conference as an invited reviewer since (2018 to 2020).
Frontiers in Education Journal since (2018 to 2021).
Open Computer Science journal since (2019).
The National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT) Award for Aspirations in Computing (AiC) honors 9th-12th grade. (2020-2023)
Professional Development for Schools
I worked on creating a data analysis and visualization curriculum for high school teachers for East Bay Educational Collaborative. I taught them the concepts of data collection, visualization, and using CODAP tool during the full-day online workshop. Professional Development work for Data Science, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Healthcare for High School teachers. (2022-2023)
Organized and led workshops for professional development for high school teachers covering the concepts and tools of data visualizations (2020-2022)
Guest speaker for East Providence High School Virtual Summer Camp, Introduced to students CS fields specifically Data Science field and careers. 2020
Guest speaker for RIC-MPHS (RIC Mount Pleasant High School) Summer-Program. Introduced CS careers and RIC CS degree. 2020
Member in the following professional societies
ACM-CSE: ACM Special Interest Group in Computer Science Education
ACM-W: The ACM Council on Women in Computing supports
Advisor for Upsilon Pi Epsilon Chapter at Rhode Island College (Student honorary society) (2017-2021).
Advisor for Muslim Student Association at Rhode Island College (MSA) since (2018-2021).
Collaborating with RI STEM Center for enhancing RI CS education in high schools. I represented RIC in the CS4RI event. (2017-2021)
Working group member for RIC Open Textbook Leadership. My role was to help RIC faculty with any questions related to Designing eBooks and online course materials. I also help other CS professors finding alternative reference books for their courses that are free. This is part of the five years Rhode Island Open Textbook Initiative. The working group achieved savings of of $594,700. The savings from my courses only were $16,100. (2017-2021)