About Me

I graduated from the University of California, San Diego and Scripps Institution of Oceanography with a B.S. in Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences and Minor in Mathematics.
My research interests are broadly in atmospheric and climate dynamics, climate variability and teleconnections. Some specifics include tropical cyclones, monsoons, atmospheric waves.
In Summer 2021, I will be working as a CIMES intern at Princeton and GFDL, investigating hurricane track biases between the SHiELD (GFDL), IFS and GFS models under the guidance of Jan-Huey Chen.
I’m also passionate about teaching and mentoring. The atmosphere infinitely beautiful and fascinating, and I hope to inspire the same motivation in students through teaching and mentoring, especially those who are underrepresented in the physical sciences.
Typically, you’ll find me surfing, binge watching TV-shows, or just casually admiring clouds.