Fisheries biologist, communicator, and outdoors enthusiast.
After becoming fascinated by fish during a childhood spent visiting the New England coast and the Great Lakes, I decided to pursue a career in fisheries biology. I’ve worked on freshwater lakes in Massachusetts, around coastal New Hampshire, and on Lake Superior. My work has included creel surveys, fish community assessments, larval fish growth analyses, trophic interactions, and more. I’m now pursuing a master’s degree at the University of Wyoming, studying lake trout – kokanee interactions in New Fork Lakes, WY. As I’ve developed my skills in fisheries biology, I’ve also come to appreciate the importance of science communication. I have become passionate about sharing science with others!
Hiking, backpacking, cycling, cross country and downhill skiing, fishing, hunting, and scuba diving are just a few of the ways I like to get outside and stay busy.
I love the challenge of finding new and creative ways to share data. R: ggplot is my jam.