Science communicator, disability advocate, and more!
I’m a Genetics & Genomics and Life Sciences Communication double major at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. I’m also a hopeful, future genetic counselor and the Founder and President of the Pre-Genetic Counseling Organization of UW-Madison and
I spend my time working as the Social Media Intern and Literacy Tutor for GiGi’s Playhouse, Media Director of Mind. Body. Badger., and so much more! Among my other work, leadership, and volunteer experiences, I’m love coffee and bullet journaling.
My blog is still in development, but follow along to learn more about my experience as a science communicator!
When I started my bullet journal, I had no idea what I was getting in to. I saw a few pretty “notebook” spreads on Pinterest and was enthusiastic to try it myself. It wasn’t until I did a little more research that I realized there is a whole chunk of the Internet dedicated to justContinue reading “Starting a Bullet Journal: What I think you should know!”
A few posts ago, I made a checklist titled “What to look for in a Genetic Counseling Program”, in the hopes that I’d help a few lost souls apply to graduate school. However, I was preaching without a choir and I now realize that I am the most lost soul there is! Having plans toContinue reading “What to look for in a Genetic Counseling Program (PART TWO)”