Isabelle (she/her) is a senior double-majoring in Psychology and Criminal Justice at Ball State University. As a part of her year in the P2 Lab, she is coding and sorting data for research projects affiliated with the Youth Opportunity Center. In addition to working in the lab, Isabelle is a teaching assistant for Professor Kim Taylor’s Introduction to Psychology class. Acting in this role has allowed her to mentor individuals being introduced to psychology as she grades their papers, leaves comments, and answers their questions about psychology and the course. Isabelle is enlisted in the Air National Guard as a Munitions Specialist, where she is responsible for handling, storing, transporting, arming, and disarming weapon systems to ensure the safety of all airmen and the success of the Air Force mission. She is excited to receive the experience and knowledge that all these opportunities have to offer as she continues to graduate school to pursue a career that combines her passions for psychology and military service.

Outside of academics and work, Isabelle is very outgoing and enjoys traveling to new places, watching movies, and going out with friends.