Rachel Quist graduated from Dartmouth College in 2022 with a B.A. in Psychology and English. At Dartmouth, she worked as a research assistant under the supervision of Nicholas Jacobson, PhD, where she contributed to research on digital phenotyping for depression and the development and training of a generative AI mental health chatbot. At CORD, Rachel works under the supervision of Jennifer Greenberg, PsyD and contributes to her work on OCD and related disorders as well as research on improving mental health in children and adolescents. Rachel plans to pursue a PhD in clinical psychology and a research-focused career. Her research interests include the development and implementation of scalable mental health solutions, especially those that can impact children, adolescents, and underserved communities.