I am a first year student in the MS-SLP program and hope to my degree in May 2024. I participated in research during undergrad, where I was a member of the Fluency Lab and the Aphasia Research Center. These experiences culminated into a master’s thesis exploring disfluencies in the narrative speech of people with aphasia. In the future, I hope to work clinically with people who have neurogenic disorders and help aid in their journeys to recovery.
I was born and raised in Maryland, just outside of Baltimore. I attended the University of Maryland and earned my B.A. in Hearing and Speech Sciences. I just moved to Nashville in August, and it’s been super fun so far. In my free time I love to find new coffee shops, go for runs and hikes, listen to music, and attempt to learn the guitar.