I am an undergraduate at the University of Pennsylvania majoring in Linguistics and Computer and Information Science, graduating in May 2022. Broadly, I am interested in the applications of psycholinguistics and neurolinguistics to designing more robust Natural Language Processing (NLP) tools, as well as the use of cognitive modelling to better understand language acquisition and processing. My research focuses on both the cognitive and computational sides of this problem. In my free time, I am a teaching assistant for Introduction to Computer Architecture (CIS 240). I am also the chair of Abuse and Sexual Assault Prevention (ASAP); a particularly nice coverage of our work can be found in this 34th Street article. I will represent survivors and the anti-violence community on Penn's University Council during the 2021-22 school year, advocating for increased education and availability of resources to folks of marginalized identities. If you have concerns surrounding sexual misconduct that you would like brought to Penn's Administration, please reach out via ASAP's website. I'm originally from Bloomington, Indiana, but I spent much of my childhood in the United Kingdom, including Suffolk, Bristol, and Surrey.