Hi there! I am a PhD student in Earth and Ocean Sciences at Duke University’s Nicholas School for the Environment. My research focuses on energy systems and the impacts of climate change on the global energy economy. I graduated from Harvard College in 2014, where I received my B.A. in Environmental Sciences and Public Policy. I then flew across the pond to study at the University of Cambridge in the UK, where I received my MPhil in Environmental Policy. Afterwards, I spent two years working in microeconomics research at Brown University. All throughout, I have worked with high school students on test prep and college admissions. My former students have been admitted to many of their top choice schools, including but not limited to NYU and UC Berkeley. I empathize with you during this stressful but formative experience!
When I’m not researching or teaching, you can probably find me in a dance studio, reading Japanese novels, playing with my adorable dog (his name is Miles), or cooking with my husband (his name is Patrick).