I am currently an Associate Policy Research Scientist at the
College Board. My research applies insights from labor and
behavioral economics to promote educational opportunity
and equity. I design, execute, communicate, and publish
evidence on academic preparation, postsecondary investment,
and college affordability. My work is motivated by the goal of
improving college and later life outcomes for historically
marginalized populations, including low-income students and
students of color. 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.