Postdoctoral Associate, Dept. Entomology, University of Maryland
I grew up outside Baltimore, Maryland, studied biology and linguistics at Swarthmore College in Pennsylvania, and received my Ph.D. from Rutgers University in New Jersey as a member of Rachael Winfree’s lab group. Between college and graduate school, I worked as a science educator in the Northeast US and in Southern California. I’m interested in the ecology and conservation of plant-pollinator interactions, and in robust methods for biodiversity estimation.
I work to build diverse, inclusive, and safe learning and research communities with my colleagues and students.
In Anahí Espíndola’s lab group, my work focuses on the pollination ecology of soybeans. I love sharing what I’m learning about bees, other pollinators, and pollination ecology, and I regularly do outreach programming with schools, beekeeping organizations, master gardeners, and other groups; please contact me if interested.
You can download my CV and take a look at my Google Scholar page for an up-to-date list of publications and citations.