I first got involved at HEP during an internship while I was attending Seattle Central, and was delighted when they offered me a chance to become a part of their team. These days my job at HEP entails investigating the best methods to accurately report on all the amazing work that gets done here. This generally involves a lot of spreadsheets, inter-related tables, and various other instruments. Since I get very excited about spreadsheets and other things that seem to bore most people, this has been a great fit! Outside of HEP stuff, you’d likely find me working on circuits or behind a telescope, preferably far enough away from the city where I can look up and actually see some stars!