I chose Engineering Physics because I enjoying studying the fundamental principles that effect our world. Understanding the fundamentals allows for more innovative problem-solving and flexibility when facing engineering challenges. I’ve loved serving as the President for Society of Women in Physics. Not only has it been a great leadership experience for me, but also a wonderful opportunity to provide resources and a community to fellow women in physics and encourage them throughout their studies. In my free time, I enjoy baking and decorating cakes, learning Japanese, drawing, painting, and ice skating.