My pronouns are she/her.


I’m an (incoming) first year student in Georgia Tech’s Human-Centered Computing PhD program. I recieved my undergraduate degree in Computer Science from Wellesley College, along with a minor in Math.

My research interests broadly center around computing education and promoting computing literacy; my research page has more information. I also enjoy actively teaching CS.

I try to share things I’ve learned about research broadly on my blog not because I claim to be an expert, but rather because I knew very little about research or applying to graduate school as I was starting those experiences. I put this information out there in the hopes it helps jump-start others’ similar journeys :) If something I’ve done or am working on is of interest to you, please feel free to email me and I’d be happy to chat.

Outside of computer science, I enjoy hiking, biking, and cool art. My first language is English, my French is B2/C1, my German & Swedish are terrible but in progress, maybe A2 at best (these are CEFR scores).