|> 1. What's your name.
> 2. Where were you working most recently?
I just finished the Master's Program in Physics at San Francisco State Univerisity.
> 3. Are you here as a student, postdoc, faculty member, researcher, admin, or in some other capacity?
I am here as a researcher.
> 4. Are you working closely with a particular group (CIPS, RAL, TAC, ...) and / or on a particular fellowship (Miller, Einstein, NSF, ...)?
I am working with the California Planet Search group.
> 5. If you're a student or postdoc, who is your faculty mentor? If you're faculty or staff, is there someone with whom you'll be working closely?
I will be working closely with Geoff Marcy.
> 6. Which office are you sitting in?
My office is 561A.
> 7. Tell us (in 2 or 3 sentences) a little about what you'll be working on at Berkeley.
I will be working on the Follow-up Program of NASA's Kepler mission, searching for extra-solar planets. This will be focused on eliminating false planet detections using ground based follow up observations from Lick and Keck observatories.