As a student at New York University, my studies center on the intersection of psychology, media, and communication.
I am engaged in clinical psychology research. , focusing on mood and anxiety disorders, LGBTQ-affirming therapies, mindfulness-based interventions, and eating disorder treatment. I am dedicated to fostering awareness around research initiatives. To this end, I continue to assist in data collection, analysis, scholarly writing, and interactive media design.
Additionally, I facilitate operations as the managing editor of Under the Arch, the magazine at Washington Square News. Previously, I developed and oversaw the branding strategy of Caring for Caregivers NYC, an organization that provided pro-bono mental health treatment to NYC frontline physicians and nurses during the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic.
In an attempt to traverse the mind and media, I use photography to communicate individuality in expression and emotion through my lens — endorsing an innovative and collaborative approach in my work.
2021 - 2025
B.A. Individualized Studies
2017 - 2021
High School Diploma
New York University
Focus in Psychology & Media, Culture, and Communication through the Gallatin School of Individualized Study.
Under the Arch Magazine Editor, Washington Square News
Oversee all operations for editorial staff, writers, and photographers for content production and logistics of Under the Arch, the magazine subsection of Washington Square News.
Baruch College Campus High School
President, BCCHS Media Team
Coordinated school-wide communication and media production, led a team for web design of bcchsnyc.net, and oversaw all photography and videography operations.
Oversaw all newspaper operations (content, editing, design)
May 2023 - August 2023
August 2022 - Current
Research and Marketing Assistant
September 2022 - Current
* August 2022 - Current
March 2020 - July 2021
Chief Marketing Officer
(Yale School of Public Health)
Collaborated with a team of esteemed researchers on the Empowering Queer Identities in Psychotherapy (EQuIP) study — one of the largest mental health studies for sexual minority women conducted by the Yale LGBTQ Mental Health Initiative. My role included strategic identification of recruitment sites, development and execution of compelling promotional materials, social media engagement, facilitation of in-person recruitment initiatives, event coordination, and additional research support.
Supervisors: John Pachankis, Ph.D. & Danielle Chiaramonte, Ph.D.
(Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology)
MEAL conducts research studies on mindfulness, eating, and weight disorders. I create and design interactive social media content to advertise and expand awareness about the scope of research conducted at MEAL. I also work on the design and execution of Mindful Courage, a digital mindfulness-based intervention designed to help with eating disorders. Additionally, I assist in data collection, analysis, and literature review.
Supervisors: Margaret Sala, Ph.D. & Corey Roos, Ph.D.
(Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology)
The ADAPT lab conducts ongoing research on preventing and treating anxiety disorders, trauma, OCD, and depression. I create and design interactive social media content to advertise and expand awareness about the scope of research conducted at ADAPT. My responsibilities also include assisting in data cleaning and analysis.
Supervisor: Lata K. McGinn, Ph.D. & Joy Shen, B.S.
Washington Square News is the official, student-run newspaper for New York University, with over 1 million yearly readers. I oversee all operations for editorial staff, writers, and photographers for content production and logistics of Under the Arch, the magazine subsection of Washington Square News.
*Deputy Editor from August 2022 - Dec 2022
Caring for Caregivers NYC
Caring for Caregivers NYC was an organization that provided pro-bono mental health treatment to NYC frontline physicians and nurses during COVID. As Chief Marketing Officer, I developed and oversaw branding strategy and social media campaign.