Cosette is a Ph.D. Candidate in Earth and Space Sciences at York University and is a Mitacs intern at Mission Control assisting with the I-SPI mission. She is a planetary geologist who studies the chemical and physical properties of airless bodies. She received both her B.Sc. and M.Sc. degrees in geology at the University of Alberta. Cosette has interned at the Lunar and Planetary Institute where she helped complete a geologic assessment of the Moon’s south pole to identify potential extra-vehicular activity targets for NASA’s Artemis mission. Cosette enjoys going for walks with her dog, Molly, and playing board games with friends.