I grew up in Northeastern New York and moved to DC in 2006 where I pursued my undergraduate degree in psychology at American University. I am currently a doctoral candidate in clinical psychology at the American School of Professional Psychology in Arlington, Virginia. I'm externing at the Psychiatric Institute of Washington and I also work part-time at the Washington, DC Jewish Community Center.
In terms of hobbies and recreational activities, I enjoy anything requiring physical activity, including but not limited to, racquet ball, hiking, scuba diving, and weight lifting. I've traveled all over the world for scuba diving including Australia, Bonaire, Mexico, Central America, the Caribbean, Canada, parts of the U.S., etc. I enjoy watching sports (baseball and football) as well as watching horror movies, action movies, and dramas. I was also actively involved in Boy Scouts of America, having earned the Eagle Scout rank.