Originally from Skillman, NJ, I am a current fifth year student at Carnegie Mellon University completing my Masters of Science in Sustainable Design. I completed my B.Arch program in December 2018 and will be finishing my MSSD in May 2019. At CMU, I also competed on the Women’s Varsity Swimming and Diving Team for my four years of NCAA eligibility and continue to work as a Graduate Assistant Coach for the team as well as a Teaching Assistant for multiple classes and as a PE Swim Fit Instructor. My interest in architecture stems from a love of creative design and a passion for practical, sustainable environments. As a devoted student and dedicated athlete, I have become a balanced individual with strengths in group collaboration, public presentation, and beyond. I am excited to transfer these skills to my career and look forward to utilizing both of my degrees as I pursue licensure.
As a student at Carnegie Mellon University, my architectural works incorporate strong ideas about user experience, context, and sustainability.
During the summer of 2018, I had the opportunity to study abroad in Copenhagen, DK and travel Europe thanks to the Stewart L. Brown Award.
Throughout my formal education, I have developed practical skills ranging from code review to detail representation.