has spent the majority of her nursing career at Christ House, an inpatient medical respite serving men experiencing homelessness in the District of Columbia. She received her undergraduate degree in Nursing and Psychology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and her Masters of Nursing from Duke University. In 2019, she completed a certificate in Public Theology through Newbigin House of Studies, an affiliate of the Graduate Theological Union. Her areas of interest include Addiction Medicine and Primary Care access for people experiencing homelessness. She believes her theology remains most informed by her patients. In her spare time, she enjoys running long distances at an average pace and honing her home barista skills.