I am an Economist at the Federal Trade Commission (FTC). My research is centered on how women make decisions about work and family and how policy impacts these decisions. My work lies at the intersection of labor economics, health economics, family demography, and policy.
I received my PhD in Policy Analysis and Management with a minor in Demography from Cornell University in 2020. I received an Honors Bachelor of Arts in Economics and Philosophy, Politics, and the Public from Xavier University in Cincinnati, OH in 2014.
PhD in Policy Analysis and Management, 2020
MS in Policy Analysis and Management, 2018
Honors BA in Economics and Philosophy, Politics, and the Public, 2014