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Welcome Molly, Sonal, Sravan, and Shuying

Posted in Knerds on August 19, 2013 by

From L-R: Sravan, Sonal, Shuying, and Molly

Four new Knerds joined the team in the last month.

Molly Gerth is the Communications Manager on the Marketing team. Previously, Molly worked at TriplePoint in San Francisco and then New York, doing PR for startups with a special focus on edtech. Originally from Half Moon Bay, CA, Molly graduated from Stanford University. Outside of work, you can find her dancing, writing, freestyling, and eating ice cream before dinner.

Sonal Singhal joins Knewton as an Adaptive Instruction Analyst. Originally from Dayton, OH, she earned her BA from Washington University and her PhD from Berkeley. Sonal’s hobbies include running, quilting, and doing science. Her favorite website is (not a joke) and her favorite Wikipedia page is this one. Sonal blogs at

Sravan Bhamidipati is a QA software engineer at Knewton. Originally from Hyderabad, India, Sravan graduated from Columbia University. Previously, he was working on making Android more secure out of the SW Systems Lab at Columbia. In his free time, Sravan enjoys reading and writing. His favorite book is To Kill a Mockingbird.

Shuying Luo joins Knewton as a software engineer on the Adaptive Interactions team. Shuying is originally from China and earned her B.A. from Peking University. Most recently, she graduated from a Masters programs at Yale. The most interesting place Shuying has ever visited is Kyoto, Japan.