Originally from Portland, Oregon, Theodora grew to love Point Reyes National Seashore through visits to her aunt and a summer working on climate change adaptation with Alameda County’s Office of Sustainability. Theodora intends to spend her career making science and research more inclusive of those that have historically been oppressed or left out of historical narratives. She has conducted research on and spread awareness of the science behind chronic vulvovaginal pain conditions, visual neurobiology, implicit biases with race and gender, and psychological motivations behind environmentally sustainable behaviors. Theodora is excited to work with PRNSA, NPS, and local communities to communicate marine science and research at Point Reyes National Seashore. She holds a B.A. from Harvard University in Neuroscience.