I believe strongly in making scientific results legible and actionable, and making the scientific process accessible and inclusive. Here are some of my teaching, mentoring, and outreach activities, and I am always looking for new opportunities and ways to improve.


This spring, I will be adjunct faculty in the Department of Botany at Connecticut College. I am designing and serving as instructor of record for the course:

At Yale, I have been a Teaching Fellow for undergraduate and graduate level courses:

I am always looking to incorporate inclusive and evidence-based pedagogical approaches in my teaching, and I am currently completing a Certificate of College Teaching Preparation through the Poorvu Center for Teaching and Learning.


At Boston University I had the opportunity to supervise, train, and mentor several undergraduate and high school students including through the RISE and GROW programs.

At Yale, I have worked with undergraduate students as an independent study instructor through Earth and Planetary Sciences, an internship advisor in Ecology & Evolutionary Biology and Chemical & Environmental Engineering, and a senior thesis advisor in the School of the Environment. I have also had the opportunity to work with and mentor amazing students through programs including the Ingalls Field Ecology Program, the Harvard Forest REU, and the National Student Leadership Conference.


I work with a number of organizations working to make science and academia more inclusive, just, and socially impactful, including:


Ecology is a team effort and I work with people and data from a number of research networks including:

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