I am a Research Assistant Professor at the University of Michigan's Survey Research Center. My research uses survey and administrative data to examine the roots of racial and socioeconomic inequalities in the contemporary United States. My current work primarily focuses on racial inequalities in housing and wealth. I have also published on the causes of class gaps in parental investments in children, and in exposure to precarious working conditions.

At Michigan, I am faculty at the Stone Center for Inequality Dynamics, and a Co-Investigator on the Wealth and Mobility Study, which is using tax and administrative records to create a public data infrastructure detailing the geographic distribution of wealth in the United States.

Before moving to Michigan, I was a Postdoctoral Research Associate at Brown University's Population Studies and Training Center. I received my PhD in Sociology from the University of California, Berkeley in 2021.

You can download a copy of my CV here.