While at Brentwood, I enjoyed the well-rounded education it offered. I focused on the arts, sports, biology and some creative science. At university, I found that math and physics could offer me a universal language that I could apply to sustainable development, something I cared deeply about since I was young. I decided to pursue degrees in physics and engineering. Since then I have worked in research for hydrogen fuel cell technologies with universities and companies.
I am currently doing research for building energy efficiency with a consulting firm based in Vancouver. I am happy to share my experience with education and careers in the clean energy sector.