Bio


Before coming to Stanford, I attended Washington and Lee University where I double-majored in geology and environmental studies. While at W&L, I completed a thesis studying the Upper Ellesmerian Sequence in Arctic Alaska, interpreting 3D seismic data to refine the geologic framework of the region.

During my time at Stanford, I hope to utilize electromagnetic data to map sediments in the Central Valley of California. This data can be used for site selection in floodplain-managed aquifer recharge and more effective and sustainable water management.

Honors & Awards


  • Dean’s Graduate Scholars Award, Stanford’s School of Earth, Energy, and Environmental Science (March 2021)