I graduated in July 2018 from the University of Hull with a BSc in Geology with Physical Geography, during which I tailored my degree as much as possible towards Polar Sciences. In 2017, I travelled to Iceland, studying jokulhlaups and debris cover on current glaciers, whilst my dissertation was spent looking at past glaciations in the UK. This year I moved on to study MRes Polar and Alpine Change, at the University of Sheffield, looking at fjord controls along passive margins.
Outside of university life, I am heavily involved in both Girlguiding and Scouting, being a leader to units within both. It gives me the chance to teach young people more about the world around them, and allow them to develop into wonderful members of society.