I grew up in Austin, TX and attended college in San Antonio, TX at Trinity University. I studied International Studies with a focus on environmental sustainability. I developed a particular interest in public health, but it wasn’t until my fourth year of college that I considered becoming a veterinarian. While working in environmental engineering after graduation, I volunteered at the medical clinic of a local animal shelter. Here I discovered my passion for caring for critical patients and appreciated the public health aspect of veterinary medicine. In 2018, I moved to Columbus, OH where I completed veterinary school at Ohio State University.
In my spare time, I enjoy cooking, attending concerts, and traveling. I also love being outdoors, especially snowboarding, hiking, water sports, and simply spending time anywhere with my two dogs (hound mixes, Jameson and Scarlett).
I am excited to start my veterinary career at a hospital that practices progressive, evidence-based medicine to provide the best care for our patients. Friendship’s emphasis on collaboration and mentorship was a huge draw for me, and I’m incredibly honored to be a part of a community with an excellent reputation in both clinical care and quality of staff.
Trinity University, B.A. International Environmental Studies (2012)
Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine, DVM (2022)
Clinical Areas of Interest
- Emergency and Critical Care