About Me

I am a PhD student in Urban Planning at the University of Southern California’s Price School of Public Policy under Professor Marlon Boarnet, studying how land and housing values relate to (and respond to changes in) amenities, transportation access, and environmental quality.

Specifically, I am working on a variety of projects studying dockless mobility, data on resident satisfaction with public services and amenities, and tax assessor data on home sales.

Prior to this venture into academia, I studied economics and geography at Macalester College, interned at Brera, worked as a consultant/data scientist at Analysis Group, and volunteered through Delta Analytics.

Outside of academia and tinkering with data, I enjoy bicycle touring, hiking, collecting musical instruments, and experimenting in my kitchen.


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