I graduated from Cornell University's College of Human Ecology in June 2021 with a Bachelor of Science in Human Biology, Health, and Society. While at Cornell, I developed an organ-on-a-chip model of cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) dynamics, and for the past two years, I've worked to develop a sensor system to monitor real-time changes in CSF composition at Boston Children's Hospital and BIDMC. I founded Community HealthEd to help address the American health literacy and health access crises I saw in my clinical and research experiences. I dreamed of a nationwide network of students learning from one another how to promote health literacy and connect people with low-cost health screening services in their communities, and it's been so rewarding to turn this dream into reality. Outside of CHE and research, I'm also a patient care technician in the neurosurgery unit at BIDMC, a birth doula at Brigham and Women's Hospital, and a volunteer at Horizon's for Homeless Children in Boston. In my free time, I love running along the Charles river and hiking with friends.