About Me

Here you will find my personal summary, a resume, and a growing collection of writing samples.

Currently, I am pursuing a Master of Public Health at Boston University, with certificates in Program Management and Maternal & Child Health.

I am also a writing fellow for the Public Health Post— where we translate research into digestible pieces and narratives to spark conversation among journalists and policy-makers and, ideally, to inspire progress in population health.

I graduated from the University of New Hampshire in 2012 with a dual B.A. in Anthropology and International Affairs and a minor in Latin American Studies.

As a native of the beautiful Adirondack region of upstate New York, I have long been interested in the massive world outside my small hometown. My curiosities have taken me to New Hampshire for college; Peru to study abroad; Montana to live and play in the Rocky Mountains; Costa Rica to volunteer on a family-run permaculture farm and to study wilderness medicine; California to work, hike, and learn to surf; and across the United States on five eye-opening road trips.

I aim to follow my curiosities, from sustainable development and public health to well-crafted food and drink, around the world in the pursuit of good people, ideas, and stories.