Research Interests:

Bilingualism, Phonetic variation, Speech production, Speech perception

Biography:

I’m a PhD student with Dr. Molly Babel in the Speech-in-Context Lab. I work on questions related to variation in speech production and perception, specifically in bilinguals. I am passionate about connecting research outcomes to practical applications in areas like technology and education. I am part of the UBC Public Scholars Network, as well as the Language Sciences Initiative.

Prior to beginning graduate school at UBC, I received my BA in linguistics from the University of Washington. After graduating, I worked for a couple of years at a children’s language immersion school supporting teachers, assisting with curriculum, and working with local schools.

For more information, and an up-to-date list of publications and presentations, please visit my website.

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