At Ohio University, I am a full-time undergraduate student pursuing a Bachelor of Specialized Studies in ‘Intersectional Geographies’ [Geography and Gender Studies concetrations], a minor from the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism, and a Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Certificate.

I work as a Research Scholar in Environmental Studies at the Voinovich School of Leadership and Public Affairs, writing stories and coordinating media coverage for the Energy & Environment team.

I am an outdoor recreation enthusiast, a steadfast lover of reading (and collecting too many) books, drinking black coffee with good conversation, and grounding myself through yoga and meditation – though a good laugh works wonders, too.

My passions include: land and identity issues; incorporating environmental justice and women’s and indigenous rights issues in my research; understanding environmental history via place and space; being relentlessly positive; and defying conventional norms.