I am a PhD student in the Department of Political Science at Washington University in St. Louis.

I use spatial statistics, survey experiments, and computer vision to study comparative political economy and public opinion. I also study causal inference problems in survey experimentation. My research on individual corruption perceptions and public support for free trade is published in International Studies Quarterly.

Prior to joining Washington University, I was a Research Data Analyst at Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions (2023). I hold a B.S. degree summa cum laude in Mathematics (Honors) and Political Economy (Honors) from Georgetown University (2022).

I am also a violinist. I was concertmaster of the Georgetown University Orchestra (2021-2022) and a first violinist with the University of North Carolina Symphony Orchestra (2019-2020).