Daisy grew up in Brooklyn, NY and graduated from Stanford University in 2019 with a B.A. in Psychology and a B.A in East Asian Studies (Japan). During her time at Stanford she worked as research assistant in the SNAP (Stanford Neurodevelopment, Affect, and Psychopathology) lab and spent over 5 months studying abroad in Japan. In her senior year she wrote a capstone paper called Convenience Store Woman: The In’s and Out’s of Normality where she aimed synthesize her academic backgrounds to analyze the Japanese novel Convenience Store Woman by Sayaka Murata; she was also able to present her work at Stanford’s inaugural Disability Studies conference. In the SNAP lab, Daisy is a full-time research coordinator for the March of Dimes project. Daisy is interested in developmental psychopathology, mental health, emotion regulation, and how personal and group identities impact the aforementioned categories in children through adolescents. In the future, she hopes to pursue a Ph.D in Child Clinical Psychology. Outside the lab, you can find her gardening, reading, doing arts and crafts, cooking, or spending time with family and friends.