I am a Ph.D. Candidate at Harvard University. I am primarily an applied public and labor economist, with interests in health and criminal justice topics. I am particularly interested in questions relating to the efficient and equitable provision of public services, and in doing work that is relevant to policymakers. My research is currently focused in two areas: caregiving work and the long-term care industry, and the economics of mental health, substance abuse, and criminal justice.
I graduated from Stanford University in 2013 with a B.S. in Mathematical and Computational Sciences and an M.S. in Statistics. Before coming to Harvard, I worked at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York in the Capital Markets Function.