I received my Ph.D. from the Daniel J. Evans School of Public Policy and Governance at the University of Washington in 2021. I received my B.A. in Economics from Vassar College in the spring of 2016 and started my Ph.D. program at Evans in the fall of 2016.
In my current role, I conduct analyses of the effects of major social policies and reforms thereto on the poverty rate and other key indicators of well-being. These include long-term studies of the intergenerational transmission of poverty, but also studies of contemporary policies and their effects. All the work involves the research programs of Principal Investigators Irwin Garfinkel, Jane Waldfogel, and Christopher Wimer.
- Microeconomic Policy Analysis (PUBPOL 516): (TA) Fall 2017, Fall2018
- Microeconomic Management Analysis (PUBPOL 517): (Predoctoral Instructor) Winter 2020, (TA) Winter 2018
- Quantitative Analysis II (PUBPOL 528): (TA) Spring 2020
- Introduction to Public Policy and Governance (PUBPOL 201): (TA) Spring 2018
- Introduction to Economics (ECON 102): (TA) 2015-2016
Wake up #EconTwitter, the #QCEW for 2022 Q3 just dropped! What can we say about this round of data? First, clear increases in both employment and establishments. Over-the-year employment growth is con...Read More
New paper hot off the press! Really glad to see the work out in the world and big thanks to the team/coauthors at @CpspPoverty. The paper is part of a bundle on the effects of #EconomicSupports during...Read More
Any advice on planning for back-to-back conference presentations? Side note: I am late to the party but looking forward to seeing folks in DC @APPAM_DC #EconTwitter #AcademicTwitter https://t.co/fN...Read More
Any go-to guides/advice on taking up consultant work on the side as a Post-Doc? Looking for expected hourly pricing and time savers for future consultant work if I managed to get off the ground (i.e.,...Read More