I am a second-year PhD student in Statistics at Northwestern. Broadly, I am interested in statistics for social good, particularly the intersection of global health, development, and human rights.

This past year, I have served as a statistical consultant for the Young Research Group, focusing on longitudinal study design to measure maternal and child nutrition in diverse socioeconomic contexts.

Previously, I was at Carnegie Mellon, where I worked with Professor Bill Eddy and the MIDAS group on synthetic ecosystems for agent-based models of infectious disease.

I am passionate about undergraduate teaching and mentorship. I currently serve as the graduate assistant chair at the International Studies Residential College (ISRC). I am also a founding member of the Northwestern Women in Statistics (WIST).

When not number-crunching, I enjoy long-distance running, reading non-fiction, and backpacking outdoors.