What do you love most about your job?
“My favorite part of being a traffic engineer is the traffic modeling and analysis process. It’s an opportunity to be creative with build solutions to improve traffic operations for all modes of travel. It’s also a key piece in the collaborative process between our team members on transportation projects.”
What drew you to working in transportation engineering?
“I made the move over to transportation engineering during graduate school. What appealed to me about the field is that it involves a segment of infrastructure that everyone is familiar with and can relate to. It’s tangible and understandable, yet I had so many questions about how it all works.”
What are you passionate about outside of work?
“I spend a lot of my free time with family and friends, as they are deeply important to me. I am a lover of cats. I have a penchant for sci-fi and fantasy, and I love to geek out over the latest genre show and go to fan conventions. I also recently took up pottery.”
- B.A., Physics, University of Pennsylvania
- M.S., Civil Engineering, University of Arizona
- Women’s Transportation Seminar International, Boston Chapter: Membership Committee Co-Chair
- Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE): Member