I obtained an Honours B.A. in Health Studies, Geography, and Earth Science from McMaster University. My honours thesis examined the health impacts of high background radiation in Southern India. In 2012, I moved to Calgary to start my Masters of GIS at the University of Calgary, where I learned techniques in GIS, remote sensing, and spatial statistics. After 8 months I transitioned to the MSc. in Geography program to further develop my research skills. Working under the supervision of Dr. Stefania Bertazzon, and cosupervised by Dr. Sylvia Checkley of Veterinary Medicine, I completed my thesis research on environmental risk mapping of well water contamination, post flood in Southern Alberta. During this time I also worked on air pollution modelling and geospatial applications in public health. I am currently working with Dr. Laurie Chan using GIS as a platform to integrate data for applications of spatial analyses in ecotoxicological research. My research interests include GIS, geospatial analyses, and exposure assessment.