I am an early-career scientist studying how flood hazards shape, alter, and sustain communities and landscapes across space and time. My research aims at connecting the physical and social dimensions of flood risk to ensure that the benefits and safety provided by hazard management and climate adaptation strategies are equitably distributed now and into the future. Currently, I am a PhD Candidate in the Department of Earth, Marine and Environmental Science at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill where I am a part of the Flood Hazards and Hydrology Lab.
PhD in Earth, Marine and Environmental Science, 2024
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Advisor: Antonia Sebastian
MSc in Civil & Environmental Engineering, Water Resources, 2018
University of Iowa. Advisor: Witold Krajewski
Iowa Flood Center, IIHR-Hydroscience & Engineering
Thesis: Urban and rural flood forecasting: a case study of a small town in Iowa
BSc in Engineering, Civil & Environmental Concentration, 2016