I am an Assistant Professor of Mathematics at Mount Holyoke College. Previously, I was an NSF Alliance for Building Faculty Diversity Postdoctoral Fellow at Iowa State University. Before that, I earned my PhD at Washington University in St. Louis.


I’m interested in probability theory, stochastic processes, and their applications. In the past few years I’ve worked on problems that overlap with billiard dynamical systems, differential geometry, and statistical physics. See my research page.


In Fall 2017, I’m teaching

  • Math 342: Probability (Fall 2017)
  • Stat 395: Independent study, Statistical Analysis of Networks (Fall 2017)

For past courses, see my teaching page.