Marshall Schools

Objective: Integrate Art & Science

Visually represent relationships between modern and ancient concepts of medicine to present a proper understanding of probiotics relative to pathogenic and toxic substances.  Integrative Medicine should be simple, effective, worldwide, and never fear-inducing.  Sustainability is not as complicated and scary as so many scientists think it is, and the Earth like any other living and dying thing has a life cycle reflective of a bell curve.  The more pressure we put on ourselves to reduce or slow down the chemical reaction that is life on this planet, the faster it will go by.  Some people can afford to give more than others, but that shouldn’t make anyone feel shameful.  Feel grateful, give thanks, be.  


Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech), Blacksburg, VA, B.S. in Biological Sciences, Graduated May, 2014 (3.01 GPA)

Trinity Episcopal High School, Richmond, VA – Headmaster’s List, Honor Roll, I.B. 2D Art (3.5 GPA)

Biology Experience

Independent Study, Virginia Tech, Jan 2014 – May 2014

  • Integrating Modern and Ancient Medicine for Earth and body.
  • Pain is relative to your changes is probiotic vs pathogenic/toxic content.
  • All illness lies upon a gradient and is relative to inflammation and perspective.
  • Gradual practice of prevention, moderation, well roundedness, mindfulness.

Integrative Medical Treatment Presentation, Q&A, Immunology, VT, April 2014

  • Integrating minerals and practice of relaxation response are most powerful ways of enhancing immune system.
  • NASA Sun purified Earth Minerals for Astronaut health, research, personal use.
  • Meditation removes stress response cumulatively, research, personal and group practice.
  • Probiotics incorporate minerals into the body more efficiently.

Clinical Trial Design & Data Integrity Presentation, Q&A, Biological Research Ethics, VT, April 2013

  • Integrating alternative and conventional methods of treatment.
  • Minimal invasiveness, more preventative/integrative treatments.
  • Which treatments are most universal based on standard pH localities of the human body.

Antarctica Field Technician, Study Abroad VT Fall Course and Winter Expedition 2013

  • Nautical, timed, data collection; intervals based on sighting availability and latitudinal gradient.
  • All weather ID/count of Pelagic bird species, using behavior and physical characteristics.
  • Statistical data analysis for conservation status of the Cornell Lab of Ornithology.
  • Assess bird species populations relative to latitude from Ushuaia, Argentina to Antarctic Peninsula.
  • Qualitative interpretation; continental geology, climate, marine, terrestrial ecologic interactions.

Conservation Ecology Field Technician, Study Abroad, New Zealand, VT June 2013

  • Data collection/analysis, communication, community outreach with Maori natives, locals, tourists.
  • Endangered flora/fauna field work; tree planting, species/habitat ID technique, Conservatory protocol.

Freshwater Ecology Group Lab Project: Presence of E. coli from Non-Point Source Pollution, VT 2013

  • Experimental design; natural environment to lab sampling/testing, formal write up, presentation.

Microbiology Lab Identification of Unknown Microbe Project, VT 2011

  • Extraction, dilutions, plating, staining, specialized testing, safety, growth conditions of live cultures.
  • Yeast Projects, VT 2010/2011– wine, yogurt, bread; adn’l kim chi, kombucha, probiotic experience.

Plant Physiology Experiment; group procedural design/execution, formal lab report, VT 2009

Chemistry Experience

Organic Synthesis Techniques Laboratory Experiment Project Spring 2011

  • Conduct experiment, including understanding of procedure, reaction, and safety regulations.
  • Collect data, including measurements, written observations, and proper laboratory notebook recording.
  • Create informal laboratory report, including objective, reaction, procedure, results, discussion and conclusion.

General & Organic Chemistry/Labs (2010, 2011) – Medicinal Chemistry Research Project with PowerPoint, Q&A

Physics and Labs (2011, 2012) + Independent visual relationships projects.

Human Nutrition Foods & Exercise (HNFE) Study Participant, Fall 2009

  •  Relating awareness of animal-based food production to fitness and wellness.

Art Experience


  • Drawing II – anatomical identifications and drawings based on, live nude figure drawings.
  • Oxfam fundraising projects – stamp making, package design, oil painting.
  • Biological Illustration – Chinese medicine diagrams, fractals, color coding nutrient relationships.

High School:

  • International Baccalaureate 2D Art
    • Independent Project Design: realism, inks, pencils, acrylic, water color, art history, modern art research and weekly presentation.
    • Group Project Design: coordinating event decorations, mural design, safety procedures.

Employed Experience

Relay Foods Brand Ambassador Inform community, database assistance to customers, detailed communication with coworkers through many forms of technology, plan events, sell product. Oct 2014 – Feb 2015

Adventure Cycling Association Member 2014-2015, Self Supported Cycle Adventure on Route 76 June-August, Preparation took the 3 months before departure, Warm Showers Participant and Host.

Crop Genetics & Breeding Field & Lab Assistant; Crops & Soils Environmental Sciences VT Jun-Dec, 2013 Organization, communication of plant characteristics, sample, data collection, all weather.

Summer Nanny: house, animal, child care, cooking, transport, pool, hike, bike, Richmond, VA, Jun-Aug, 2009

P.F. Chang’s China Bistro: Hostess, customer happiness, cleaning, coordination, Richmond, VA   Mar-Jun, 2009

Courtesy Clerk Ukrop’s Supermarket, Richmond, VA   Nov, 2007-Aug, 2008

Volunteer Experience

  • Bikram Yoga Richmond, Work Study, April 2015 – present
  • Whispering Winds Farm, Green Bay, VA, Oct 2014
  • Oxfam America at VT – Head of Fundraising (2012-2013)
  • The Big Event, VT (2009-2014)
  • VT Triathlon and Cycling Team events 2010, 2011
  • Chi Omega Philanthropic Activities, VT 2010
  • Candy Striper – Chippenham Memorial Hospital, Richmond, VA – Summer & Fall 2007
  • Hands On Greater Richmond, painting 2005

Leadership Experience

  • Exercise Leadership Course: yoga, cycling, class communication, VT 2013
  • Elementary School Tutor – Ginter Park Elementary School and J.B. Fisher Elementary School DATES?
  • Quantum Learning – Super Camp/ Leadership Camp, Wake Forest University – Summer 2008
  • Children’s Museum of Richmond – Arts and Sciences Camp Counselor – Summer 2007

Extra Curricular Activities 

  • Intramural Volleybaall 2009, 2010 (team captain), 2012 | Triathlon Club 2010
  • 15+ Charity Benefit Triathlons, Duathlons, Races (2009-present).
  • Varsity Volleyball 2007, 2008, 2009 | International Club Vice President 2007-2009
  • Cheley Colorado Camps, Estes Park, CO (2001-2006, 2008) Rocky Mountains,
  • Backpacking, Mountain Biking, Horseback Riding, Climbing, Belaying, Riflery, Archery, Rafting
  • Mountaineering protocol, group and solo, flora/fauna ID, skill quality testing


1st Place Overall, Trinity Episcopal High School, Art Show, 2009

Silver Award, “Water Jug,” Visual Arts Center of Richmond, 2008

Professional Activities

American Chemical Society 2012, 2013

Adventure Cycling Association 2014

Additional Skills

  • Excel, Powerpoint, Word, JMP 9, JMP Pro 10,
  • GPS, map, and compass orienteering
  • Long distance, self sustained biking, urban to wilderness
  • Current rabies vaccinations

*References provided upon request.

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