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I am a PhD student of Ira Gessel‘s at Brandeis University and a visiting instructor at Mount Holyoke College.

My current research interests include lattice paths, Young tableaux, and non-crossing partitions and graphs.

I grew up in Newark DE and West Grove PA. I did my undergraduate work at Lafayette College and worked with Cliff Reiter. I completed Part III at Trinity Hall, Cambridge. I worked as a consultant in data analysis with the J programming language, and was an adjunct lecturer at BMCC. I have received a Goldwater Scholarship, GAANN Fellowship, multiple teaching awards, and have an Erdős number of 3.

I was a Graduate Student Representative at Brandeis. I organized the Combinatorics Seminar and the Graduate Student Seminar (GSS).