I was raised in the small town of Amherstburg, Ontario, Canada. I attended Wayne State University in Detroit, MI where I earned a Bachelor’s of Science in Radiation Therapy Technology and then became a licensed Radiation Therapist. I then decided I wanted to continue in the field of radiation oncology as physician, first working as a Clinical Research Coordinator at Karmanos Cancer Institute. I then moved to the Chicago area where I attended medical school at Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine. I am currently a radiation oncology resident at the Cleveland Clinic, and will be serving as Chief Resident 2019-2020. I am passionate about the future of radiation oncology, patient care, and resident education. I look forward to representing resident interests and working with the ARRO Executive Committee to improve resident education, resources and experiences.