I am a PhD precandidate in Computer Science and Engineering at University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Michigan. I am working with Odest Chadwicke Jenkins in the Laboratory for Progress. My research involves artificial intelligence and robotics, specifically robotic manipulation through object affordances.

I graduated summa cum laude with a B.A. from Monmouth College in Monmouth, Illinois with a double major in Mathematics and Computer Science, a Spanish minor, and completion of the Honors Program. As an undergrad, I participated in a number of research projects as well as summer research experiences involving autonomous cars and autonomous UAVs.

My goal is to become a computer science professor and inspire students from underrepresented groups to pursue research in STEM fields. I have previous work experience as a tutor and graduate student instructor.

See my CV for more details.


June to August 2019 Internship with TRACLabs in Webster, Texas.
August 2018 Began PhD program at University of Michigan.
May 2018 Graduated summa cum laude with B.A. from Monmouth College.
April 2018 Earned Paul Cramer Prize for Outstanding Work in Upper-Level Mathematics.
April 2018 Earned Computer Science Award for Senior Project.
March 2018 Earned Outstanding Undergraduate Research (OUR) Award at the Tri-Section Meeting of the Mathematics Association of America (MAA) for my presentation on my research involving visual homing for UAVs.