Mina is interested in the ecological impacts of climate change and, most recently, has expanded her focus to the human health aspects as well. Her interests include land cover shifts, wildfire modeling and impacts, and ecological restoration. She engages with these issues using a variety of tools, including spatial mapping (ArcGIS Pro) and data analytics. At UC Berkeley, Mina studies Environmental Sciences and Data Science. In Summer 2023, Mina joined the BIRCHE3 lab as a STEER intern, analyzing data from the Household Air Pollution Intervention Network (HAPIN) trial. This project gave her an entryway into the environmental health sciences field, and she has been able to use household air pollution data to create spatiotemporal visualizations. In her free time, Mina enjoys playing badminton and tennis, hiking in the great outdoors, and reading.