I received my PhD in political science from Columbia University in May 2018 and joined The University of Chicago Harris School of Public Policy as a Postdoctoral Researcher.
My research focuses on legislative politics, with an emphasis on causal inference. I work with legislators to field evaluations of legislative behaviors and institutions. Our goal is to figure out which legislative processes work — meaning what helps them make better, more informed policy — and which don’t. In the process, we can learn how legislators make decisions and how institutions support individual and collective choice.