I've done a lot of cool stuff.

Here's some of it.


I was an intel-sts semifinalist.

As a result of my research on the use of pheromones as a means of control for invasive species, I was nationally recognized by the Intel Science Talent Search, the country’s oldest and most prestigious science competition.


I Studied at Oxford

I spent my junior year abroad studying at Hertford College at the University of Oxford. While there I wrote twelve ten-page papers in eight weeks. Twice.


I maintained a 4.0 GPA

Well, technically it’s a 3.95, but I’m rounding up ¯\_(ツ)_/¯. Academics have always been important to me, so I’m proud to share this achievement.


I was inducted to pbk

Phi Beta Kappa is the oldest honor society in the United States. (Not a fraternity, like I initially thought.) RBG is a member. Teddy Roosevelt was too.


I went to nyfw as a journalist.

When I was 16, on a lark, I decided to email Who What Wear and ask them to give me a press pass to New York Fashion Week. They hired me on the spot, and I wrote them an article from the front lines!


I threw dinner parties

I love having people over! Sometimes I even do whole three-course meal, complete with a formal invite, like the one (partially) picture above.


I CALLED THE ENDING OF BIg Little Lies and Sharp Objects

You could say it’s hard to pull one past me.


I was shortlisted for HBO’s College contest

For an iambic pentameter sonnet I wrote about Game of Thrones. (The contest was GOT themed.)


I made this pie.

I wrote my own recipe for this pie. It is a chocolate fudge pie with a graham cracker crust. It is covered in peanut-butter whipped cream and is garnished with pretzels, potato chips, and peanuts given the muddy-buddy treatment. It was pretty epic.


I interned during paris fashion week

I joined Rag & Bone’s wholesale team for a week while in-between academic terms.


I won at bar trivia

I love trivia; I even founded my high school’s trivia team. So you can imagine I get pretty into bar trivia. I go weekly with friends from Board Game Club.


I was chosen to be the commencement speaker

I gave the commencement address for the cognitive science graduation ceremony.