After my junior year, I was elected captain of the womens lightweight team. I spend 20+ hours a week working hard at practice and outside of the boathouse to make my team faster and work well together. I walked onto the team my freshman year, I have competed on the IRA national championship team,have been named to the 2019 All-IRA Academic Team, and named a CRCA National Scholar Athlete Award Winner. Sadly, I have not been able to compete since March 2020 due to Covid-19, but I look forward to hopefully competing again by fall 2021.
I am involved with Harvard's undergraduate Women in Computer Science organization. I served as the Finance Director, in which I arranged the budget and approved, tracked, and reimbursed spending within the club, ensuring that all funds were properly used to further our mission. I also was the Co-Comp Director, which meant that I helped younger students join the club by planning requirements, events, and distributing relevant information.
In my free time outside of school, especially in the summer, I love competing in different events! In 2018, I competed in a triathalon in Luray, Virginia, qualifying for Age Group Nationals with my performance. Outside of that, I have run and volunteered at other races in various places, and look forward to being able to do more when there is no longer a pandemic and I finish my collegiate rowing career.