I am currently a post-doc in the Booth School at the University of Chicago working with Mladen Kolar. Previously, I completed my PhD in Statistics at the University of Washington under the supervision of Mathias Drton. My research interests in theory and methodology include graphical models and causal discovery; my applied interests typically lie within the social sciences.
I was an undergraduate at Rice University, and prior to embarking on my PhD studies, I worked in management consulting.
In my free time, I enjoy playing soccer, attempting to cook, riding my bike and stressing about the Dallas Cowboys.