I am a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Economics at the University of California, Santa Barbara. I am on the 2021-22 economics job market. My research interests include Labor Economics, the Economics of Crime and Discrimination, and Applied Econometrics. I completed my undergraduate studies at the University of Oregon Robert D. Clark Honors College, majoring in Economics, History, Spanish, and Latin American Studies, with a minor in Mathematics. Prior to attending UCSB I was a Research Analyst specializing in environmental litigation support at ECONorthwest and FION!.
As a teaching assistant I have primarily taught econometrics and macroeconomics, both at the undergraduate and graduate level. I have also taught financial management, both as a teaching assistant and as the instructor of record. I currently work as a Senior Research Analyst for the Economics Forecast Project (EFP), and as a Consulting Expert for Keller Rohrback L.L.P.
When not at work, I enjoy reading, running, and spending time with my dog Bopper.
2016 - 2022 (Expected)
University of California, Santa Barbara
2012 - 2016
University of Oregon,
Robert D. Clark Honors College
B.S., Economics and History
B.A., Spanish and Latin American Studies
Economics of Crime
Economics of Discrimination