Edward Shturman

Edward Shturman

San Francisco


Web developer, interface designer, and community builder




  • Founded and run the computer science club at the University of San Francisco (200+ members / >50% of the major)

  • Heading a leadership team of six

  • Coordinating events from socials, to technical workshops, to hackathons


A minimalist Active Recall study app focused on helping students ask the right questions. Students transform their notes into actionable flashcards to fit their flow — Google Docs, Notion, Quizlet, or Anki.


A virtual recreation of the Design Tech High School campus in Minecraft, and a community server with a third of the school as members


Adding Google OAuth security to Discord

Side Projects


Custom thematic extensions ("Boosts") for the Arc browser (arc.net)



Won 1st place at Dons Hack, hosted by the university's Association for Computing Machinery and Women in Tech chapters.


Worked with the d.school with a focus on AI & Social Robotics in the classroom.

Work Experience

2023 — Now
San Francisco, CA

Leading the Notion community on campus (50+) as part of Notion's Campus Leaders program. Supported by Notion's Community team, we host meetups & workshops, all in the effort of making our academic, professional, and personal lives more productive & enjoyable.

2023 — Now
San Francisco, CA
2018 — 2020
Freelance Web Designer
San Francisco, CA

Collaborated with Bay Area small businesses to enhance their web presence. Notable projects include:

  • Implemented an online payments infrastructure to double a foreign language academy's enrollment numbers over two semesters

  • Managed a social media influencer's affiliate partnerships as we scaled her online following from 56K to 1M+ followers


2021 — Now
San Francisco, CA

Pursuing a Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science, with a Minor in Entrepreneurship and Innovation

2017 — 2021
Redwood Shores, CA


2017 — 2021
Redwood Shores, CA

In high school, I co-led a partnership with buildOn, an organization that supports literacy and education infrastructure efforts abroad. Along the journey, I:

  • Managed a team of 10;
  • Led 5+ fundraising rounds via local pop-up events (fairs, trade shows, etc.); and
  • In total raised $25K+ for the building of a school in Nepal.