I am a Postdoctoral Scholar at the Stanford Graduate School of Business and a member of the Golub Capital Social Impact Lab.
My research focuses on the intersection of data science for social good, causal inference, development economics, and the use of new methods of data collection. My research builds on more than ten years of work on multidisciplinary research studies involving experimental methods and heterogeneous datasets. Ultimately, the goal of my research is to produce generalizable research for audiences where social impact is of first-order importance.
I am motivated by collaborative, interdisciplinary research that helps to promote social impact and public knowledge. In addition to applied research, I am driven to become an effective teacher in data science. As such, I am constantly looking for opportunities to improve pedagogical methods in data science.