While studying Earth and Environmental Sciences at Lehigh University, I completed a research thesis studying the application of in-situ iron-manganese oxide coated stream pebbles as source indicators for arsenic. As a quickly adaptive "jack of all trades", I recently used my skills working as a civil engineer in the land development industry. Before entering the engineering world, I worked as a summer camp counselor at a camp specialized in marine biology concepts and as a zip line and climbing wall instructor at a Girl Scout Camp in New Jersey. During college, I helped kindergartners learn to read and write through the America Reads America Counts program and even helped a fellow college student understand geology concepts in her intro class. With these experiences and more, I am confident I can help any student achieve their goals.
Earth and Environmental Sciences