I am a behavioral economist and postdoctoral researcher at Harvard University. In summer 2023, I will be joining UC San Diego as an assistant professor of marketing. My research examines how insights from psychology and economics can be used to improve the outcomes of people in need.
Prior to joining Harvard, I worked at the Federal Trade Commission's consumer protection division and the World Bank's behavioral science unit. I received a PhD in Behavioral Decision Research from Carnegie Mellon University, as well as bachelor's degrees in Economics and Psychology from the University of California, Berkeley.