About Me

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I am a doctoral student at UC Berkeley. My research focuses on the impacts of climate change on the Food-Energy-Water Nexus. I am  currently investigating where water availability may lead to water, food, or energy insecurity around the world based on population growth and different Representative Concentration Pathway and Shared Socio-Economic Pathway scenarios.

Before joining ESPM,  I received a Masters degree in Earth and Planetary Science and a Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Earth Science (with a minor in Global Poverty and Practice) from UC Berkeley. I have participated in various programs around the world that allowed me to expand my skillset in data science, business fundamentals, and foreign languages. I am constantly looking for new opportunities to narrow any knowledge gaps and consider myself a life-long learner.


August 2018 - Present

University of California, Berkeley

Ph.D. Student 

  • Designated Emphasis in Development Engineering

May 2017

University of California, Berkeley

Masters in Earth and Planetary Science

Research Interests

Water-Energy-Food Nexus

Global Environmental Change

Climate Change



Food Security

Water and Society

Land - Atmosphere Interactions

Earth Science

Satellite Remote Sensing

Environmental Engineering

Data Science

May 2015

University of California, Berkeley

Bachelor's in Environmental Earth Science

Minor in Global Poverty and Practice