I have a Ph.D. in mathematical logic from UC Berkeley's Group in Logic and the Methodology of Science (an interdisciplinary group with resources primarily from the departments of Mathematics, Philosophy, and Computer Science). My research is in an area called model theory (NB: this is not the same as mathematical modeling!), and sometimes has a combinatorial flavour. Before entering the Logic Group at Berkeley, I did the Master 2 in mathematical logic and foundations of computer science at the University of Paris 7. After graduating from UC Berkeley, I spent a semester as a Berkeley Connect Fellow and a year as a Visiting Assistant Professor of Mathematics at my undergraduate institution, Wesleyan University.
My non-mathematical interests include philosophy, dance, Jane Austen, eating good food, learning languages, Paris, diversity in STEM (well, and everywhere), Dostoevsky, feminism, quoting Mean Girls, and cats.