Career interests

GIS, Coastal, Reefs, Conservation, Activist


Master of Environmental Management, May 2020
Nicholas School of the Environment
Duke University, Durham, NC
Concentration: Ecosystems Science & Conservation
Bachelor of Arts, May 2016
New College of Florida, Sarasota Florida
Major(s): Environmental Science and Political Science


Marie Selby Botanical Gardens Intern, Sarasota Fl
Utilized ArcMAP proficiency while compiling herbarium data to create a map of plant species in Myakka Watershed. Gained valuable field skills helping reintroduce Tillandsia utriculata to Fakahatchee State Park after weevil infestation. Jan. 2016 – May 2016
GIS Intern Sovereignty First, Washington D.C.
Demonstrated leadership skills by introducing the mapping technologiesArcMAP and QGIS as a mode for analyzing geospatial data within a startup. Mapped conflict and territorial disputes in Syria; used in U.S. House Committee presentation where Sovereignty First argued for a multimillion dollar federal contract and published on company website. June 2015 – Aug. 2015
Horticultural Technician, Earlton Fl
 Managed plant nurseries used for feeding a farm of over 1,000 Lepidoptera at Great House Butterfly Farm. Also developed lesson plans for students of k-12 in field of entomology. June 2014 – Aug. 2014
Teaching Assistant, Sarasota Fl
Built science communication skills while assisting in teaching the courses Documenting Climate Change, and Biology of Marine Mammals to undergraduate class with about 10 students each. Classes were taught and prepared for in conjunction with professor. Feb. 2014 – May 2014