I'm a fifth-year CMU Physics PhD candidate working at the McWilliams Center for Cosmology. I'm interested in applying various methods of statistics and machine learning to advance studies in computational and observational cosmology. In addition to my thesis work, I am an active member in the LSST Dark Energy Science Collaboration, where I develop analysis pipelines for cluster mass measurements and weak lensing maps. I also organize the CMU Physics Industry Speaker Series and enjoy cycling, soccer, and playing chess. My expected graduation date is May 2022.