About me


I am a PhD student in Population Health Sciences in the Environmental Health Department at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health (HSPH). I previously received my Master of Science in environmental health from HSPH, and my Bachelor's degree in environmental science and engineering from Harvard College. Prior to my master's degree, I worked as a Sustainabilty Consultant at Sphera (formerly thinkstep), where I primarily conducted environmental life cycle assessments.

As a PhD student, I work with Professor Elsie Sunderland on research projects related to poly- and perfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS). Specifically, I am interested in quantifying human exposure to PFAS, related health effects, and the environmental justice ramifications of PFAS pollution.