I am a geochemist interested in understanding redox processes and other complex environmental reactions on a molecular scale. At LBNL, I am working with Ben Gilbert for my NSF postdoctoral fellowship on the mechanisms of iron-mediated photo-oxidation of dissolved organic matter. I obtained my Ph.D. in Geological and Environmental Sciences in 2019 at Stanford University, working with Kate Maher and Gordon E. Brown, Jr. I developed a model for kinetic isotopic fractionation during redox reactions and applied it to the reduction of chromium(VI), a common environmental contaminant. I earned my A.B. in 2014 at Princeton University, where I majored in chemistry and worked with Satish Myneni on the halogenation of natural organic matter along climate and salinity gradients.