I received my PhD in political science from Columbia University in May 2018 and started at The University of Chicago Harris School of Public Policy as an assistant professor in 2019.
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.