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Member · San Francisco, CA

Antonio Aguilar ’18 was born and raised in San José, Costa Rica. He holds a B.S. in Symbolic Systems from Stanford University. At Stanford, he paired a love of the humanities with a desire for technical knowledge by studying philosophy and literature as well as artificial intelligence and mathematics. He was an advising fellow for the Symbolic Systems Program, did research with the Human-Computer Interaction Group in the Computer Science department, staffed student residences junior and senior years, led his fraternity’s member development arm, and volunteered in the Catholic Community at Stanford, leading weekly meetings and co-founding the Stanford chapter of the Thomistic Institute. Following graduation, he joined Alloy, a supply chain and sales analytics platform based in San Francisco. Today, he works on their Solutions Architecture team helping deploy their software at scale and improving data operations. As of September 2020, he is also a member of the Stanford Alumni Association Board of Directors. In his spare time, Antonio enjoys cooking and baking with fresh ingredients from the farmers market and playing modern strategy board games.

Most life-altering primary text read during university: Dostoevsky, The Brothers Karamazov

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