My research rest on the intersectionality of environmental justice, ecology, and health. Specifically, I am interested in how ecological processes are damaged by environmental injustice, which affects health but also how championing natural ecological processes can alleviate these detrimental effects. Currently, my research looks at how health suffers as a response to inefficient homes.
M.S. Environmental Justice, The University of Michigan (Expected 2021)
B.A. Middle Grades Education, North Carolina Central University, 2018
B.A. Biology, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2016