I am a current Ph.D. student at the University of Vermont in the Mathematics Department with a Graduate Teaching Assistantship. I thoroughly enjoy teaching at the college level and hope to continue upon graduation (anticipated May 2024). During the summers of 2020 and 2021, I have been a Graduate Research Assistant for my Ph.D. advisor, Dr. Christelle Vincent. Together, we explored Ring Learning with Errors (RLWE), which are latticed-based cryptography problems.

I received a Bachelor's Degree at Bridgewater State University in Bridgewater, MA in May 2019. I majored in Mathematics with concentrations in both Pure Math and Statistics. I also had a minor in Computer Science. During the 2018-2019 school year, I taught a supplementary course that accompanied Calculus I for undergraduates in STEM.

When I am not in the classroom, I enjoy yoga, watching movies (especially Disney movies), and knitting scarves, hats, and blankets. I've recently taught myself how to crochet. I have also been cooking and baking a ton; I am having a lot of fun making fresh pasta!

- Bridgewater State University
- Fall 2018 - Math 143 Problem Solving in Mathematics
- Spring 2019 - Math 143 Problem Solving in Mathematics

- University of Vermont
- Fall 2019 - Math 019 Fundamentals of Calculus I
- Spring 2020 - Math 019 Fundamentals of Calculus I
- Fall 2020 - Math 019 Fundamentals of Calculus I (remote)
- Spring 2021 - Math 009 College Algebra (remote)
- Fall 2021 - Math 009 College Algebra
- Spring 2022 - Math 009 College Algebra
- Fall 2022 - Math 010 Pre-Calculus Mathematics
- Spring 2023 - Math 009 College Algebra (hybrid)

- Bridgewater State University
- Spring 2018 Honors Contract: Simple Random Walk
- Fall 2018 - Spring 2019 Honors Thesis: Firefighter Problem Played on Infinite Graphs