Hi, Butlerites! I come from the sunny, hot south of Austin, Texas. I left it for sunny California, where I used my undergraduate degree in Geophysics at Stanford University as a cover for performing and directing with the Stanford Shakespeare Company, dancing with the campus Bollywood dance team, and living and staffing in several sustainable cooperative houses. After a one year stint as a NOAA scientist, I'm now a second year PhD student in Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences, researching the impact of particulate air pollution (or aerosols) on the Earth's climate and hydrological cycle. In my spare time, I can be found cooking down-home Trinidadian food, dancing, and frolicking outdoors. In my semi-spare time, I can be found doing outreach with the Alliance for Climate Education, making interdisciplinary connections with the Princeton Energy and Climate Scholars, and trying to unravel climate uncertainty with Princeton's Communicating Uncertainty Project. Come find me!