I am an MA student, whose research focuses on bootlegging in Southeast Ohio during the 20th century, mainly through the lens of
social class and power relationships. More specifically, my work asks how the illegal production and distribution of alcohol in this
region differed from the stereotype associated with mob bosses like Al Capone. In my free time, I enjoy spending time researching many obscure topics as they come up in conversations: this curiosity is what started my passion for History.
I also enjoy coin collecting and everything Cleveland sports.