Mallory is pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering with plans to add a concentration in Energy. After graduating, Mallory hopes to work in the nuclear or renewable energy industries. Originally from Pittsburgh, PA, Mallory was the Vice President of her school's Leo Service Club and an active ambassador for ASPIRE, a volunteer-based leadership program. In her free time, Mallory initiated police appreciation service projects and served as the leading Administrative volunteer for Gateway Hospice. Mallory was also the founder and president of her high school's Society of Women Engineers Chapter, through which she coordinated a series of virtual networking events to connect her peers with female professionals from a variety of engineering disciplines. In the summer of 2022, Mallory worked as a production engineering intern at one of the United States' leading independent natural gas companies, where she utilized database software to create production data files for over 200 natural gas wells in the Northwestern U.S. Currently, Mallory is a member of UNCC's Society of Women Engineers, serves on the Levine Scholars Executive Council, and is the Social Media Coordinator for Habitat for Humanity.