Pursuing an undergraduate degree heightened my appreciation for acquisition of knowledge and scholarly camaraderie. Sharing this with other students, through tutoring, continues to be such a rewarding experience! Now, as a MPhil student at the University of Cambridge, I am learning how to bridge my educational opportunities and teaching skills in a cross cultural manner.
Outside of the classroom, I am an avid outdoorswoman. I regularly enjoy the peace of jogging on Princeton’s tow path and leading outdoor expeditions with other college students. During my semester abroad, I backpacked around New Zealand’s South Island, chasing the beautiful scenery.
I’ve traveled around the world in my years at Princeton and beyond, spending summers in Johannesburg, South Africa, and Hanoi, Vietnam. Living and working in new cultures is among the most intense, but impactful experiences I’ve had in my undergraduate years. I am always looking for a new place to explore.
After earning my Master’s degree I plan to pursue a medical career and use my skills to help people around the world with limited access to healthcare.