My journey to global health was not linear. After finishing my undergraduate degree in psychology, I took two years off to work in a research lab full-time. At the time, I thought I was padding my resume for medical school, but instead, I ended up stumbling onto a passion for ideation, problem solving, and public health. I ended up following that passion to an MPH in Global Health Leadership, a certificate in health emergencies, and a post-graduate fellowship in global health research. 




Environmental Distress and Psychoterratic Illness

Winter & Summer 2019

Johns Hopkins University 
Short Courses - Health Emergencies in Large Populations; Climate Change and Mental Health

Psychological Trauma during Conflict and Migration

Implementation of Global Mental Health Interventions

2016 - 2018

University of Southern California
MPH in Global Health Leadership

2010 - 2014

Baylor University

B.S. in Psychology