“When once you have tasted flight, you will forever walk the earth with your eyes turned skyward, for there you have been, and there you will always long to return.” – Leonardi da Vinci
Transportation fascinates me. From modeling train routes in HO scale in my grandparents’ basement to identifying types of aircraft flying thousands of miles overhead, my childhood revolved around a sincere interest in the movement of people and goods from point A to point B. That passion continues today, aided by my professional career as a traffic engineer (E.I.T.) and my undergraduate and graduate education in transportation engineering (B.S.) and engineering management (M.S).
I specialize in optimizing processes and improving overall efficiency and would like to utilize these skills in a business strategy or network logistics role: planning new airline routes based on geographic economic factors and profitability forecasts; monitoring airline PRASM, load factors, and on-time performance; assessing aircraft fleet efficiency; influencing strategic business investments in airport terminal expansions; and reducing shipping distribution time for long-haul and short-haul freight movements.
Tufts University (2016-2018)
Master of Science (M.S.) Engineering Management
University of Maryland (2010-2014)
Bachelor of Science (B.S.) Civil Engineering
International Studies Certificate
Alaska Airlines (2018-Present)
Yield Management Analyst II
TEC, Inc. (2015-2018)
Traffic Engineer / Transportation Planner
VIKA Maryland, LLC (2012-2015)
Design Engineer / Intern