I was born in Sarasota, FL and raised primarily in Florida on the white sand beaches. I’m a dual citizen of Hungary and traveled quite a bit growing up. I graduated summa cum laude from University of Florida (Go Gators!) with a degree in Biochemistry. I was a barista at a Gainesville coffee bar for a short period then moved on to medical school at the Florida State University College of Medicine where I was inducted into the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society. I completed OBGYN residency training at Atrium Health Carolinas Medical Center in Charlotte, NC where I was the administrative chief resident.
Throughout high school and college I became interested in the issues surrounding women’s health. This has led me towards interests in advocacy and public health. Medical school rotations cemented my passion within the specialty of OBGYN as an opportunity to take excellent care of patients while advocating for them and their families. Surgical training has affirmed my calling as a “fixer;” the gratification of performing a beautiful procedure for someone is unmatched! My greatest passions are family planning and minimally invasive gynecologic surgery. I also truly love obstetrics.
From miraculous moments to life-shattering ones, my patients continue to show me what life is really made of. I am honored to support people in this roller coaster.
I enjoy spinning, yoga, and curling up with a good book. I’m not too good to admit that I love a good Netflix series. On the weekend I’m most likely to be caught playing a boardgame at a brewery with my wonderful husband after a hike. I’m a “foodie” and love a good tip for the best restaurants to frequent. We have two sweet Siberian cat-babies. I’m excited to put down roots in Fort Collins and start living the Colorado life!