I am the Program Manager for Energy Justice issues at the Rhode Island Office of Energy Resources, Rhode Island’s lead state agency on energy policy and programming. My role focuses on the equitability and accessibility of Rhode Island’s energy systems, programs, and policies, and I work to ensure that all Rhode Islanders have access to clean, affordable, and reliable energy. I work together with members of my department, other state agencies, and community members to strengthen support for low-to-moderate income households and communities of color.
I am also a Govern for America Fellow and I graduated from Harvard University with Honors in May 2019 with a BA in Environmental Science and Public Policy. I wrote my Honors Senior Thesis on the flaws within the National Environmental Policy Act that lead to and exacerbate environmental injustice in marginalized communities. In my spare time, I love to hike, and I’m a freelance light designer for various theatres in the Boston and Providence area :)