I received my B.A. in economics and mathematics from Williams College in 2014. I then worked for two years as an Empirical Research Fellow for John Donohue at Stanford Law School before starting my PhD in the fall of 2016.
I am a PhD candidate in economics at Harvard University. I am a Stone PhD Scholar in Harvard's Multidisciplinary Program in Inequality and Social Policy and a Terence M. Considine Fellow at Harvard Law School.
My research interests are in labor economics, law and economics, social economics, and economic history. I am particularly interested in risk assessment scores as tools and subjects of study in the criminal justice system.