I am a second-year graduate student at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay pursuing a Master’s degree in Environmental Science and Policy with an emphasis on Ecosystems Studies. Some of my interests include aquatic ecology, water chemistry, and environmental applications of chemistry. This year I am serving as a Teaching Assistant for general chemistry I labs. 

I earned my Bachelor’s of Science in Environmental Science from St. Norbert College in 2019. During my senior year I completed a year-long research project on carotenoids of the Norway maple tree. I dabbled in chemistry, spending a summer doing synthetic organic chemistry research, serving as a TA for sophomore organic chemistry labs, and ultimately completing a minor in chemistry. In addition, I was a student-athlete and four year participant on the Women’s Tennis Team, and a two-year representative on the Student Athlete Advisory Committee.