I am a second year PhD student at Stony Brook University, New York. I received my B.Sc. and M.Sc. from Newcastle University, UK, in Marine Biology and International Marine Environmental Consultancy. My current research focuses on the use of marine tracers (stable isotopes and contaminants) and biotelemetry devices to discern trophic behaviors of marine predators, across broad spatial scales. My passion for outreach stemmed from working at the Cape Eleuthera Institute, a remote field station in The Bahamas, where I taught four semesters of elasmobranch-focused research class to high school students.