I am a fifth-year at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor and completed my undergraduate studies at the University of Chicago. My research involves simulating electronically nonadiabatic dynamics via the generalized quantum master equation combined with mixed quantum-classical, semiclassical, and exact methods. At Michigan, I have contributed to improvements of the Chemistry department, currently as a mentor through the Chemistry Mentorship Program and formerly as treasurer of the Chemistry Graduate Student Council, co-leader of the graduate student component of the Seminar Committee, and a representative of the graduate student body for the Department’s external review. I have also been involved in education research at Michigan through the Compute-to-Learn and Future Faculty Graduate Student Instructor program. Outside of my cubicle, I enjoy watching Chicago and Michigan sports, participating in intramurals, creating and viewing art, and playing piano.