A graduate of Georgia Tech with a B.S in mechanical engineering. A selection of her work includes drilling water wells in Central America, designing solar systems for Yellowstone National Park, and water distribution systems in Cameroon. She began her work in fecal sludge as a research engineer for Georgia Tech Research Institute and created her own start-up company, Sanivation, to focus on solar treatment of human waste and conversion to charcoal in Kenya. She plans on using her time at ERG to research farther development of feces to energy.
- Inactivation of Helminth in a Solar Concentrator
- System Life Cycle Evaluation (SLiCE): harmonizing water treatment systems with implementers’ needs