I am interested in wildlife spatial ecology and human-wildlife coexistence in the context of global environmental change. Before joining Briana Abrahms' lab as a PhD student, I worked varied field technician jobs in locations ranging from South Africa to the United States to Antarctica. I received a BA in Environmental Biology from Columbia University in 2016, where my thesis focused on predator-prey interactions between leopards and baboons. I completed my Master’s in Science Communication at Imperial College London in 2021, writing my dissertation on the portrayal of Indigenous knowledge in The Wild Thornberrys. In my free time, I love cooking, strong coffee, live music, and hiking with her dog Biscoe.