I am a data and political scientist that enjoys drawing inference and opportunity out of puzzles in a wide variety of contexts including: politics, conflict, democracy, institutions, and law. Faced with observational data limitations, I enjoy using multi-methods to grapple with causal inference.
I am currently enrolled in UC Berkeley’s Master of Information and Data Science program. Prior to joining UC Berkeley, I studied comparative politics at the University of Virginia. Anne Meng was the advisor for my thesis.