I am a fourth year PhD student in Linguistics at the University at Buffalo. My concentration is in morphosyntax, with my current research being conducted mostly in the subfield of sociolinguistics.
I am currently a teaching assistant in my department and the Mark Diamond Research Fund Director for the Graduate Student Association at UB. You can find my complete resume here.
I am interested in sociolinguistics and the overlap with other linguistic subfields, as well as variation and linguistic perception. You can read more about my current research projects here.
I am originally from Michigan and love traveling to my home state. I enjoy cooking, creative writing, volunteering and spending time with my family, which usually includes a local museum.