I came into Princeton knowing I was interested in health and wellbeing - but only in a general sense. Though I quickly realized I was not interested in medical school, I explored classes ranging from Economics of Healthcare to History of Medicine. It was only through exploration that I realized that I was specifically interested in health policy and healthcare systems: thus, the Woodrow Wilson School concentration and Global Health Certificate.
Outside of academics, I'm co-chair of the Pace Council for Civic Values, a Breakout Civic Action Trips coordinator, and a Leadership for Change team member. I also write for the University Press Club. In my spare time, I enjoy training for adventure races and watching documentaries. Please be in touch with any questions!