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 computational modelling of language acquisition using algorithmic approaches, and applications of these models to designing more robust Natural Language Processing (NLP) tools. I am also interested in language in the mind and brain, morphology, and semantics, and I have secondary interests in bias and bias evaluation in large-scale NLP models. You can read more about my research here. In my free time, I am a teaching assistant for Introduction to Computer Architecture (CIS 240) and Operating Systems (CIS 380). 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. I'm originally from Bloomington, Indiana, but I spent much of my childhood in the United Kingdom, including Suffolk, Bristol, and Surrey.