I am a Ph.D. candidate at Duke University with research interests in public, crime, urban, and health economics. I am particularly interested in the causes and consequences of drug epidemics and discretion in the criminal justice system.

I am on the job market for the 2022-2023 academic year. My job market paper, “Disrupting Drug Markets: The Effects of Crackdowns on Rogue Opioid Suppliers,” examines the direct and spillover effects of supply-side enforcement within the prescription opioid market.

Before starting graduate school, I taught math and economics in Dubai and took a year off to travel.