Hello! I am a Postdoctoral Researcher working jointly with The Nature Conservancy in Washington and the University of Washington. I recently completed my PhD in the Quantitative Ecology and Resource Management program at the University of Washington, working with Dr. Brian J. Harvey. Broadly, I am interested in harnessing quantitative methods to address both theoretical and applied ecological questions. My graduate research focused on understanding the causes and consequences of forest disturbances (primarily bark beetle outbreaks and wildfires) at spatial scales ranging from individual trees to subcontinents. My current postdoctoral research explores terrestrial-aquatic linkages in forest ecosystems; more specifically, my research focuses on quantifying the effects of forest management and wildfire on the population health of Pacific salmon.


  • Spatial analysis
  • Landscape ecology
  • Forest ecology


  • PhD in Quantitative Ecology, 2023

    University of Washington

  • MS in Quantitative Ecology, 2019

    University of Washington

  • BA in Environmental Science, 2012

    Boston University