I am a Research Professor of Education and Economics at the
Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce,
where I lead research projects that leverage insights from labor
and behavioral economics to promote educational opportunity,
equity, and economic mobility. My work is motivated by the goal of
improving college and later life outcomes for members of
historically marginalized groups to achieve shared economic
growth and prosperity in the United States. I earned a B.A. in
Politics from Brandeis University, a Master's in Public Policy from
the University of Michigan, and a doctorate in Quantitative Policy
Analysis from the Harvard Graduate School of Education.