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Thanks for taking the time to explore my site! 

This site is my living resume, a place to document the projects I'm working on, the topics I'm passionate about, and the stories that interest me. 

When I was introduced to the intersection of cybersecurity and power engineering in 2017, I didn't imagine that it would lead me to where I am today, but the challenges of grid modernization, securing critical infrastructure from cyberattacks, enabling greater renewable energy penetration, and digitizing the grid are challenges that continue to present new questions and new opportunities, and I'm excited to be a part of this field. 

I don't expect anyone to go digging through the blog, but if you did, you would find my journey through undergrad, grad school, and into my professional career, seeing the projects that built the skills I have today and the opportunities that have shaped me. 

My passion to work on challenging and meaningful projects has continuously driven me to expand my knowledge, experience, and relationships. With my diverse engineering education and problem-solving experience, I am confident in the creative and efficient solutions I bring to the table, and excited to see where this journey will take me next. 

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Employment Overview

Idaho National Laboratory

2021- Power Engineer/Researcher

2020-2021 Graduate Fellow

2019 Cybercore Intern


2019-2020 Graduate Research Assistant


2019 Control Systems Support Intern

2018 Electrical Engineering Intern

Texas A&M

2017 Foundations of Engineering Peer Teacher

Sandia National Laboratories

2016, 2017 Sensor Exploitation Applications Intern



M.S. Electrical Engineering,

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

August 2019 - May 2021

B.S. Electrical Engineering,

Texas A&M University

August 2015-May 2019



Power systems engineering


ICS Cybersecurity


OT Network Architectures


Technical Communications


Project Management

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