Geneva is a PhD student in the developmental psychology program at UC Davis. She completed her Bachelor’s degree in biology and global studies at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Before coming to Davis, Geneva taught high school science in Washington D.C., and studied cognitive development in the context of urban education systems at Johns Hopkins and Harvard University. Geneva is interested in investigating the effects of school-based stress on adolescent development, health, and wellbeing. Outside of the lab, she enjoys watercolor painting, taking photos, and spending time with friends.