I received my Bachelor of Science in chemistry with minors in physics and psychology from the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, MN in 2015. During my undergraduate years, I was honored to be able to conduct inorganic chemistry research with Dr. Marites Guino-o, focusing on the development of a series of triazolylidene catalysts for the dehydrogenation of ammonia-borane. This experience helped develop my passion for renewable energy research within the field of inorganic chemistry. After graduation, I came to the University of Arizona to work for Dr. Dennis Lichtenberger to continue pursuing research in this area. I currently work on designing, developing, and characterizing different small molecule dimetal catalysts for the electrochemical generation of hydrogen gas. When not working on my research I enjoy listening to music, baking, and spending time with my husband.