Welcome to my website. I am an economist with the Social, Economic, and Housing Statistics Division (SEHSD), Labor Force Statistics Branch of the U.S. Census Bureau.
My research interests include labor economics, applied econometrics, and applied microeconomic theory. In my current work, I study how workers' skills and abilities affect long-term outcomes following labor market transitions.
Before joing Census, I received my PhD in economics from Michigan State University in 2022. I also have BS degrees in economics, mathematics, and political science from Syracuse University.