Bronte is a Research Assistant from Boston, MA. She graduated from Columbia University in May 2020 and continued her research with the group. She has experience in outdoor and environmental education. Her main areas of interests include atmospheric and oceanic science. During summer 2018, Bronte worked in the group mapping reverse trajectory particle dispersion models in order to determine the best locations to place air testing devices for monitoring NYC's pollution output. During summer 2019, she participated in the NASA SARP Airborne Science Program, where she worked on understanding sources of methane in California. She is continuing her SARP work for her senior thesis.
Outside of her academic interests, Bronte is a Columbia Outdoor Orientation Program (COOP) hiking leader and community coordinator for Columbia's sustainable living and environmental interest house, Greenborough.