Kendall earned her B.S. in Evolution, Ecology, and Biodiversity with a minor in Evolutionary Anthropology from the University of California – Davis. She is a first year 2CI Primate Social Cognition, Evolution, and Behavior doctoral fellow working in Dr. Bill Hopkins’ laboratory. Currently, Kendall is studying the effects of social experience on neural networks important for social cognition. She plans to continue applying her background in primate cognition and evolution to her work with chimpanzees. Kendall enjoys being outdoors, drawing, and exploring Atlanta.