I grew up in Columbia, South Carolina loving computers and mathematics for as long as I can remember and grew to love chemistry early in high school. While attending the University of South Carolina, I studied chemical engineering with minors in chemistry and mathematics. My curious nature led me to perform research in a variety of fields that varied from analytical chemistry, to nuclear physics, to mathematical modeling. With a unique and diverse set of skills and experiences, I wish to make contributions to global problems through computational modeling. My PhD will consist of stochastic and multilevel modeling of a variety of chemical systems including combustion engines of biofuels. I am humbled at the opportunity to study at Cambridge which will allow me to grow as a global citizen, a researcher, and a leader.
Interests: Food, traveling, basketball, running, rock climbing, reading, music, statistics.