B.S., Chemistry, Northeastern University
I was born New Jersey, and lived there until 2010, when I moved to Boston to attend college at Northeastern University. While attending, I performed undergraduate research under Professor Rein Kirss studying the substitution kinetics of catalytically active ruthenium complexes. My current research focus involves utilizing mechanistic understanding to address unsolved challenges in the Suzuki-Miyaura coupling. When not engaged in research, I enjoy reading, board games, generally being outside, and ballroom dance.