The world urgently needs low-carbon energy solutions to minimize the disastrous effects of a changing climate. These solutions must be developed and deployed without delay, to provide energy access to a growing population while also protecting the future of the planet. Through my research, I aim to accelerate energy innovation and help game-changing ideas find their way out of the lab and into the marketplace.
I also hope to improve the way science is taught and shared with others. In order to provide the greatest public benefit, the scientific community must be diverse and inclusive of people from all different backgrounds. We need the most talented minds to thrive in order to tackle the technological problems facing society.
Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Harvard Kennedy School, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, 2015-2017
Independent Consultant, National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine, 2015-2016
Research Fellow, Project Drawdown, 2015
Program Evaluation Specialist, Valley Venture Mentors, 2015
Graduate Research Assistant, UC Berkeley, 2009-2014
Graduate Research Assistant, UNC Chapel Hill, 2007-2009
M.S. in Chemistry, UNC Chapel Hill, 2009
B.S. in Chemistry, UNC Asheville, 2007
NC School of Science and Math, 2003