I'm an economist whose research focuses on policies affecting vulnerable populations and those creating demographic disparities, as well as workplace practices that help firms and workers thrive.
I serve as a research economist at the New York Federal Reserve Bank. I received my PhD in economics from Harvard in 2021, after which I completed a postdoc at Princeton's Industrial Relations Section. Prior to doctoral study, I received a BA in Economics at Yale University and an MSc in Evidence-Based Social Policy from Oxford University, where I studied as a Marshall Scholar.
I have a black belt in Tae Kwon Do and have sewn 16 quilts.