I was born in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho and moved to Boston in 2019 to attend MIT. I am a Burchard Scholar, a Questbridge scholar, and a first-generation, low income (FLI) college student. I'm interested in pursuing a career in neuroscience and currently work in an MIT lab studying computational models of motor control. In my free time, I play the oboe in musical groups such as the MIT Wind Ensemble and Video Game Orchestra. I am also passionate about FLI advocacy and representation on campus and currently serve as co-director on the executive board of FLI@MIT.
Current fascinations: C. elegans worms, medieval dog names, and pottery!
Check out my current work with the MIT Motor Control Lab →
See what I'm up to with FLI@MIT →
Read my IdentityX Blog post about my experiences abroad →
Take a look at my resume and CV →