Kaylee McCormack

Kaylee McCormack is a third-year doctoral student in the Chemical Engineering Department at MIT. Her research focuses on developing earth-abundant catalysts for fuel cells and water electrolysis and leveraging core-shell electrocatalyst architectures and confinement effects. Beyond her interests in sustainable energy, she is an active student advocate with a passion for working towards policies that better protect students and the public. In the past, she has worked on diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives and advocated for better protections against harassment and discrimination and has developed an enthusiasm for improving American water policy.