I'm a first-year NSF Graduate Research Fellow at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics working with Lars Hernquist, Alyssa Goodman, and Anna Rosen on radiation-magnetohydrodynamics simulations of massive star formation and feedback. Originally from outside of Chicago, I did my undergraduate degree in Physics and Mathematics at the University of Notre Dame where I conducted research on supernovae, exoplanets, and primordial nucleosynthesis (check out the research tab at the top for explanations of each of these topics). Outside of research, I'm very passionate about science education and equity and inclusion initiatives. In my free time, I enjoy literature, soccer, volleyball, chess, and traveling. I also speak Spanish and am working on learning French. If you are a high school student or undergraduate considering graduate school or research in astronomy, feel free to email me with any questions or concerns you may have and I would be happy to try to answer them.