I am a Ph.D. candidate at the University of North Carolina and a licensed architect. My interests center on how disasters affect population movement given the context of existing migration patterns, household-level climate change adaptation, risk communication strategies, and the relationship between historic inequity and risk exposure. I used mixed methods to pair advanced quantitative analyses with the context rich information provided by qualitative data. I enjoy working with academics across disciplines, practitioners, and government officials. My hope to is to work with others towards more equitable recoveries.
Writing: I’m getting my work out there to inform policies and contribute to the academic discussion. See what’s in print:
Research: I try to keep multiple irons in the fire at any given time. See more about the projects that are keeping me busy:
Teaching: I’m also leading my own classes and assisting in others. See more about my experience here: