About


I am a graduate student at Johns Hopkins University Center for Language and Speech Processing (CLSP) working under Mark Dredze. My research focuses on modeling social media data for machine learning tasks, such as geolocating Twitter users and predicting disruptive events from Tweets.

My previous position was as a post-baccalaureate researcher at Los Alamos National Laboratory under Lissa Moore on the Ultrascale Research Center / High Performance Computing Design team. My work focused on applying machine learning techniques to monitor high performance computers.

I am a Computer Science and Math graduate from Rollins College '18.
Data Science Superpower: Python Wrangler

Other Interests

Besides computer science, I also love photography. Some of my work is on my photo blog. I also like traveling, reading (follow me on Goodreads), and binge-watching TV shows (current favorites are Better Call Saul and Avatar: The Last Airbender).

Contact Information

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