In 2011, I completed my bachelor degrees in psychology and criminology from the University of Florida. That year, I also started my graduate training at VCU as a student in the clinical psychology program. Initially, my research interests focused on positive youth development, including the impact of peer victimization on youth functioning. Currently, my interests include the acculturative experiences of Asian American young adults. I also work as a research assistant on Dr. Corona and Dr. Langberg’s Virginia Foundation for Health Youth grant, conducting psychological assessments and co-leading groups for youth with ADHD.