Keegan is from Omaha, NE, and is studying computer science and cybersecurity. His non-profit experience includes partnering with the Smart Gen Society. As a community action project, his team addresses the problem of blue light disrupting sleep schedules. They plan to develop a mobile application to address this issue. The application is called "Brownie Points" and will allow users to enter competitive challenges where they can earn points by staying off their phones at night. Each challenge will then have rewards available to those that meet their point goals. The application aims to gamify and incentivize the reduction of phone usage so users can build good phone habits. His leadership experience includes participating in the summer 2020 Design Studio Internship program. Working with a team, he developed a Swift programming curriculum to instruct those who were learning mobile app development. His internship experience includes working at Kiewit on the SAP team. In this role, he was responsible for understanding the ABAP programming language, the various business systems in SAP, and assisting in developing technical solutions within the SAP software. This summer, he will work with Fiserv as an IT QA intern. His research experience includes working with UNO, UNMC, and other students, where he participated in the development of the 1-Check COVID mobile application. This app was designed to serve the community as a preliminary screening tool for COVID-19. Based on a series of survey questions, the app gives a recommendation based on UNMC approved logic. The goal is to keep healthy people away from emergency rooms and hospitals at a time when they are busy with those who are sick. His career interests include mobile, web development, and software engineering.