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 has been 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).