I completed my integrated masters in Earth Sciences at the University of Oxford in 2020 with a first class result. My masters' project investigated what foreshock-aftershock ratios of earthquakes tell us about the involvement of external processes in nucleation. I was an academic scholar at Worcester College, and was awarded an academic prize in 2017. I won the Schlumberger Prize for outstanding performance in Geophysics in 2020. During my undergraduate degree, I worked as a research assistant looking at active faulting in the Alboran Sea using reflection seismic and also completed an independent research project looking at the growth of non-tectonic faults in the Vøring Basin, Norway. I am passionate about improving equality, diversity, inclusion and access. I was on the committee of the Oxford Students Union Disability Campaign, including working as treasurer. I have also worked on a number of outreach events, from short events (including through volunteering for the Oxford University Museums), to the 1-week UNIQ program. I also served as the MPLS taught students divisional representative, on behalf of around 4000 students at senior divisional committees.