I am a Ph.D. candidate in economics at the University of Virginia.  My research utilizes methods and models drawn from the fields of Industrial Organization and Labor Economics to study questions about market structure and competition, college choice, admissions, tuition, and financial aid in the United States higher education market.

My research publications include a paper in the Review of Industrial Organization  (with Federico Ciliberto and Jonathan Williams), a short article in the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond's Economic Brief  (with Jessie Romero and Sarah Turner), and a paper with Sarah Turner in the AERA Open. Please see my research page for details on these publications and other ongoing projects.

My B.A. in economics is from the University of Maryland, where I also earned a Bachelor's of Music in violin performance. After graduating from UMD, I gained valuable industry experience as an analyst in economic and statistical consulting at Deloitte.