I am an A.B. candidate (expected May 2019) in the Department of Government at Harvard University, where I study international relations and political psychology, with a particular focus on the question of how temporal orientation affects (1) the individual and organizational capacity for invention and (2) planning and decision-making heuristics. I also serve as a Government Department Peer Concentration Counselor.

My paper "Radical Technological Innovation in Satellite Reconnaissance: From CORONA to CLASSIC WIZARD" is forthcoming in the International Journal of Intelligence and CounterIntelligence. I have presented my work at the 2018 Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association and at the 2017 ISSS-ISAC Annual Conference.

In 2018, I was awarded the Charles Joseph Napoleon Scholarship and elected to Phi Beta Kappa (Junior 24). I was designated a John Harvard Scholar in 2017.

My CV can be found here.