Cornell University (2017- present)

In addition to the first year sequence of theory, I took courses on applied empirical strategies, labor economics, public economics, and behavioral economics. Outside of classwork, I have also participated in applied economics and labor workshops, and I served as Vice President of GSAFE, a graduate student organization that plans social events and acts as a liaison between econ graduate students and faculty/administration.

Kansas State University (2013-2016)

I graduated summa cum laude from K-State in December 2016 with BAs in economics and applied mathematics and minors in statistics and Spanish. I also studied abroad at Universidad Veritas in Costa Rica.