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Sierra Ray


Willing to relocate

Work Preferences


Open to roles

Long Term EmployeeShort Term Contract

About Me


I'm very curious and like learning new things! I've always been interested in science research and helping develop new technology for a better future. So far I've created and tested many OLED devices, kept a detailed documentation of results and procedure, and presented my findings. I've also applied for and received grants.

Ideal Workplace Values

Diversity, not only neurodiversity but also racial and LGBT diversity. Science desperately needs it.

My Badges

Skills and Strengths

My Neuro-exceptional talent

Notice small details quicker then most people.

Top 5 Soft Skills

CreativityReliabilityProblem solvingDetail-orientedData analysis

Inclusion Essentials


Interviewer Experienced with NeurodiversityAlternate Interview FormatWritten InstructionsExtra Time to Process New InformationQuiet / Individual Workspaces

Environments I'm comfortable with

Driving a vehicle
Interaction with the public
Bright or blinking lights
Loud noises
Outdoors or places with strong smells
Working with animals
Working with food
Heavy lifting
Standing for long periods
Variable temperatures
Uniforms (hard hat, hair net, etc.)


Check out my work

Worked for 1 years, 4 months from Sep 2020 to Dec 2021

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Built and tested polymer OLED devices. Utilized Mott-Gurney Law to extract mobility data from J-V curves. Granted the Dickinson Summer Research Scholarship by the physics department. Research results presented in thesis paper and poster.

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Education and Credentials

Attended for 2 years from 2019 to 2021

Washington State University

Bachelor's degree - Physics