I graduated from Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas where I obtained a double major in Environmental Studies and Earth Systems Science. Learning and interacting with different spheres and interests has led me from researching garnet geochemistry to creating maps and demonstration gardens to sea turtles and social media. In the fall of 2018, I was in Santa Catalina Island where I researched the geologic history of California. After doing the data analysis, I designed the layout of the research poster in order to be visually appealing and easy to read by any public. I presented this work at the American Geophysical Union 2018 Conference as lead investigator. I believe that science is at its most effective when the public can understand and interact with it. My areas of knowledge includeCartography, Geologic Field Research, Photo and Copy Editing, Graphic and Layout Design and Digital Photography. Additionally, I want to diversify and build upon skills and knowledge in other fields related to natural resource management, conservation, and resilience to climate change. In the fall of 2020, I will start a Master’s degree in Geography at Texas A&M University at College Station, Texas. I will be conducting research in human-environment interactions, flood risk, and climate resiliency.