I recently completed a Masters of Public Health (MPH) in Global Environmental Health at the George Washington University focused on studying the spatial patterns of health, disease, and climate change through GIS and Cartography
I have a passion for working with community-based, grassroots organizations to inspire, empower, and mobilize youth to improve the health and environment of their communities. Through GIS, cartography, and data visualization, I inform the development and climate adaptation of governmental and community programs.
When I'm not making maps, I spend my time volunteering for Project 1808 -- a non-profit that supports the education of over 400 students in Sierra Leone -- as well as the Young Professionals Chronic Disease Network. I also love doing yoga, making my own hot sauces, and putting together IKEA furniture.