About Me

I am a postdoctoral research fellow at Mount Allison University in Sackville, New Brunswick, and an OER Research Fellow with the OpenEd Group. In 2019, I helped initiate the network for Women in Combinatorics.

I have a passion for mathematics, specifically graph theory that began at a very early age. At 5 years old, I first learned about the Four Colour Theorem, and have been pursuing it ever since. My research interests lie primarily in graph structure including pursuit-evasion games, saturation, and graph modelling.

I have taught mathematics as far as Cameroon, and as close to home as Waterloo, Ontario. I have given talks about my research across the globe. I am enthusiastic about all that I do, and I hope to share that passion with a future generation of women in math.


"A mathematician is a machine that turns coffee into theorems"

Alfred Reyni


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