Kylor earned her BSc. in Environmental Science at the University of Virginia. Her research interests include coastal marine ecosystems and blue carbon. Specifically, her research focuses on seagrass resilience and restoration, asking questions about metabolism, temperature stresses, nutrient cycling, and multi-trophic interactions. After working with the community on the eastern shore of Virginia with the VCR LTER and conducting citizen scientist projects with the Blue Carbon Lab in Australia, she has also found a deep passion for science communication and outreach. She strongly believes science can be fun for everyone!