Callandra Moore is a Toronto-based developer with experience working at the Hospital for Sick Children and the University of Toronto’s statistics department. She has previously researched political representation in the Canadian parliament using word embeddings and the removal of protected health information from clinical notes using transformer-based machine learning models. She also worked as a researcher at King Mongkut’s University of Technology in Thonburi Thailand, focusing on fibroblast proliferation and at the University of Toronto researching fibroblasts undergoing reprogramming using single-cell RNA sequencing. Callandra graduated with High Honors from the University of Toronto, where she received her Bachelor of Applied Science in engineering science with a concentration in engineering physics and with a minor in political science. She is an avid rock climber, stand-up paddleboard enthusiast, and member leader with Amnesty International, where she develops campaign materials and works to make the organization more inclusive and accessible.