I am a data scientist interested in water, forests, environmental sensors, and entrepreneurship.
As a researcher at Duke University and Colorado State University, I have initiated, collaborated on, and completed scientific projects to measure international greenhouse gas emissions and predict forest responses to climate.
My academic work is published in multiple peer-reviewed journals.
Currently I provide analytical and computational support for an international, NSF-funded project to characterize the metabolic pulse of streams.
I have a Ph.D. degree from Duke University, a M.S. degree from Colorado State University, and a B.S. degree from Beloit College. I am interested in applying my analytical skills to help people better manage their relationships with their data and the environment.
I also love restoring my old house in Durham, making maps, climbing, and doing yoga.