I am an interdisciplinary environmental scientist and global health professional with 12 years of experience and a successful track record of applied research, project management, fundraising, and outreach. I am passionate about the overlap between agriculture, climate change, and human health.

My focal areas are international development, planetary health, research impact, non-profit efficacy, and cross-cultural partnership. During my PhD, I focused on edible insects as a climate-friendly and sustainable source of low-cost protein. Through my career, I have developed a toolkit including:

For more infomation about my work with edible insects, sustainable agriculture, and women’s empowerment through my organization, the Mission to Improve Global Health Through Insects (MIGHTi), see the MIGHTi website.