About Me
I grew up in Arlington, Virginia with a family that would classify a night in a hotel as camping. I had to take it on myself to experience the outdoors and explore my interests in the environmental field. 
In 2016, I graduated from the University of Virginia with a degree in Environmental Sciences. Before starting graduate school, I spent three years as a research technician at the Keck Environmental Field Lab at William & Mary in Williamsburg, VA. My day-to-day tasks varied from soil collection in the Everglades during peak mosquito season to analyzing greenhouse gas samples in the lab.
Currently, I am a second year master's student in the Dugan Lab at the Center for Limnology. Broadly, I am interested in nutrient cycling and water quality in freshwater systems.