I am a second-year graduate student at UC Berkeley and an associate member of NANOGrav, working with Prof. Luke Kelley researching low-frequency gravitational waves (GWs) from supermassive black hole binaries (SMBHBs). My research interests more broadly including black holes, cosmology, and gravitation.
I graduated from University of Virginia in 2022 with a BS in Physics and Engineering Science (Physics+CS BYO degree). There, I researched massive protostellar outflows and X-shaped radio galaxies, played on the Virginia Women's Rugby Team (go Flos!), and was heavily involved in Sigma Pi Sigma and Rodman Council (details in my CV).
I now spend most of my time in Campbell Hall or coding in my favorite coffee shop with friends, while blasting EDM through my earbuds (dubstep when version control issues get frustrating). I also enjoy lifting, running, any kind of puzzle, and an occassional art project.