At Yale, I am an MBA & MEM joint-degree candidate. Here, I have participated in the MIINT Impact Investing competition, won the Net Impact case competition, and served as a CBEY 2050 Fellow.
I am currently starting a backpacking food company, Mesa Foods, with a fellow joint-degree student. At Mesa, I am primarily focused on marketing and innovation — though I do a little bit of everything!
My background is in wildlife conservation; prior to Yale, I served as Director of Development at Blue Mountain Wildlife, a wildlife rehabilitation center in rural Oregon. Before that, I focused on improving education efforts at Felidae Conservation Fund, an organization that protects pumas in the SF Bay Area, where I am from.
In 2016, I graduated from Scripps College with a BA in Environmental Economics and a self-designed minor in Entrepreneurship. There, I founded our entrepreneurship club, Innovate@Scripps. In my free time, I enjoy hiking, climbing, watching wildlife, and supporting other women.