- I completed my Ph.D. at Dartmouth College in June 2012 under the direction of Carl Pomerance. Before that, I received a B.S. in Mathematics and a B.A. in Economics from the University of Chicago.
- After completing my PhD, I spent one year as a postdoc with Paul Pollack at the University of Georgia. Then I spent seven years at Oberlin College, where I earned tenure in 2019. Since 2020, I have been a tenured Associate Professor at Utrecht University. I also frequently teach at University College Utrecht, an American-style liberal arts college in the Netherlands.
- I owe much of my mathematical interest (and any subsequent success) to the Ross Mathematics Program, where I spent three summers working as a student, junior counselor and counselor. I recently wrote about my experiences at the Ross Mathematics Program in the AMS-MAA book "Living Proof: Stories of Resilience Along the Mathematical Journey."
- When I’m not working on math, I enjoy traveling and dancing. While at Oberlin, I was thrilled to be a member of the Oberlin College Aerialists, a student-run aerial circus group. I also performed with several Cleveland-based aerial troupes (Shanty Circus and Stardrop Circus, which have now become Crooked River Circus).
- I also have a deep love for music. Before transitioning to a mathematics career, I majored in voice at a performing arts magnet high school in Baltimore and spent a summer at Tanglewood.