is an Environmental Humanities Graduate Student in the College of Humanities at the University of Utah. She also works as a research assistant in the Exhibits department at the Natural History Museum of Utah. Her research interests include, but are not limited to, queer ecological precarity, critical tourism studies, and post-industrial leisure cultures. Her thesis examines the specific intersection of class, climate, and colonial occupation in queer vacation communities. She is also on a mission to abolish skeps. She holds a BA in Media, Society, and the Arts and Art History from Purchase College, State University of New York.