Bianca was born and raised in Germany. After high school, she spent two years as an Au Pair in New York before enrolling into the Honors College of her local community college. While continuing to work as a live-in nanny full-time, she excelled in her honors classes and became actively involved in her campus community. She jumpstarted a project on “The Psychological Benefits of Physical Exercise” which encouraged students to work out during the pandemic while also assuming other leadership roles as the President of the Alpha Iota Omicron Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa. In this role, she established and nurtured the relationship to a local kindergarten some students volunteered at. When she transferred to Harvard in Fall of 2021, she continued on her personal quest to helping the most vulnerable among us — little children.
At Harvard, her research interests refined into the intersection of developmental psychopathology and the benefits of physical exercise which her Senior Thesis will explore. She is currently working towards her Bachelor Degree in Psychology at Harvard University and wants to attain a PhD in Clinical Psychology afterwards. For fun, Bianca works out regularly and loves exploring new spots, places, and countries. Hiking the “stairway to heaven” in Hawai’i was one of her most memorable experiences.