I was born in Eau Claire, Wisconsin, but moved to Ft. Collins, CO when I was two years old. My family then moved to other various rural places in Colorado. I received my Bachelor’s Degree at the University of Colorado Boulder in Psychology and Molecular Biology, with an Undergraduate Certificate of Neuroscience. I played on the University of Colorado’s traveling club volleyball team throughout college.
I took several years off between college and medical school to work and travel. I received my medical degree from the University of Colorado, and I completed residency at the University of Arizona in Tucson.
I chose obstetrics and gynecology because I value building and maintaining meaningful relationships. There is no bond more significant than one that is built upon helping women in their most vulnerable and meaningful life events, whether it is puberty, pregnancy or menopause. I strongly believe in reproductive rights and human equality, and welcome any and all patients.
Outside of women’s health, my interests include running, traveling, yoga, music, reading, crafting, and spending time with my significant other, family and friends.