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I am a Postdoctoral Scholar at Caltech focusing on environmental and natural resource economics and economic history, with a particular interest in water resource management.


I received my from the University of Arizona in 2022 and my BA from Washington University in St. Louis, majoring in economics and environmental studies. I am well-versed in using big data, high-performance computing, GIS software and statistical packages.


I originally became interested in social policy issues after studying and working in Australia. There, I focused on the impacts of Queensland's "Stolen Wages" policies on Indigenous well being and economic outcomes.


I also lived and worked in the Australian rainforest for a year conducting field work on climate change adaptation as the socio-economic intern for the School for Field Studies.


Before returning to academia, I worked for the Economic Cycle Research Institute in New York City forecasting recessions and recoveries for the U.S. and 19 countries internationally. I also conducted financial research related to business cycles.


I have also served as a research affiliate for the Harvard Project on Indigenous Governance and Economic Development since 2016, and have provided research for various external projects relating to American Indian land and water rights.

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