"Questions are often more important to creative progress than answers."
I am originally from California. I received a BA from UC Berkeley in Math and Physics before receiving my PhD from Cornell in Physics. I am now a Jansky fellow at NRAO in Charlottesville where I study pulsars. I hope to leverage my creativity and technical knowledge to help bring about positive, substantive changes in an increasingly challenging world. I believe that climate change will be the primary driver of social and environmental change for generations to come and weathering these changes will require innovation in energy, transportation, infrastructure, and agriculture.