I earned my Ph.D. in Pure Mathematics from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2019. My dissertation was supervised by Dr. Jason Metcalfe. In my thesis work I used spectral, microlocal, and vector field methods to establish the relationship between pointwise wave decay and the far-away metric behavior on asymptotically flat spacetimes. Details about my past and planned work can be found in my research statement.
During Fall 2019 I am a Gamelin Postdoctoral Fellow in the Microlocal Analysis Program at MSRI.
Starting January 2020 I will be an NSF RTG Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of Mathematics at Northwestern University working with Jared Wunsch.
In 2016 I co-founded Girls Talk Math, a free summer day camp for high school girls hosted by UNC, with then Ph.D. candidate Francesca Bernardi. The camp expanded to the University of Maryland in 2018.