I am a currently a postdoctoral research associate at Princeton University working with Dr. Jonathan Levine to understand how nature-based climate solutions are likely to affect biodiversity.
Prior to starting at Princeton, I completed my PhD at Stanford University working with Dr. Gretchen Daily. Before this, I obtained a Masters of Environmental Science from the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, where I worked with Dr. Os Schmitz to determine how New England old-field arthropod food webs varied along a suburban-forest gradient. I received my Bachelor of Science (in Ecology and Environmental Science) from the University of Delaware. While there I researched biological control of invasive weeds and restoration ecology with Dr. Judy Hough-Goldstein.