I was born and raised in Scottsdale, Arizona. I moved to Tucson and attended the University of Arizona, where I recieved my undergraduate degree. After completing research at the University of Arizona in surface chemistry with an emphasis in OLEDs and nanoparticle electrochemical sensors, I moved to Newcastle, United Kingdom, where I began my first year of medical school in the Kieth B Taylor Global Scholars Program at St. George's University. My journey continued to Grenada in the West Indies, and then to New York City for my clinical rotations. I matched into a transitional internship year at Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan and anesthesiologist at Indiana University in Indianapolis, Indiana. After completing my residency, I attanded Harbor-UCLA in Los Angeles, California, and completed a Regional Anesthesia and Acute Pain Management fellowship. After finishing my training, I took my current position here as faculty attending anesthesiolgist at Indiana University Hospital.