Sana is a Ph.D. Candidate in Anthropology whose research explores the relationships between human socio-cultural landscapes and primate behavior and physiology. Her research seeks to understand how and why our relationships with wildlife shift and specifically the role wildlife itself plays in those shifts. She holds an M.A. (2016) from the University of Chicago and a B.A. (2012) from Wellesley College. Sana is also interested in science education, and has worked as a high school science teacher and a curriculum builder for the National Park Service.