I am originally from Maitland, FL. I completed my B.A. in Physics and Computer Science at the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Massachusetts. While at Holy Cross I conducted research in the field of Atomic Physics advised by Dr. Timothy Roach. Specifically, I worked to achieve supercooling of Rubidium atoms using a Magneto-Optical Trap. I was a four year member of the varsity rowing team, earning a bid to compete at the IRA Intercollegiate National Rowing Championships in my senior year. During my graduate career I have enjoyed working as an Assistant Coach for the William & Mary Rowing Club. I now conduct research in the field of software engineering advised by Dr. Denys Poshyvanyk. My research interests include mobile software engineering, mining software repositories at large scale, and applying emerging machine learning techniques to support software engineering tasks.