About

I am a doctoral student in Sociology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and a trainee at the Center for Demography and Ecology as well as a Graduate Research Fellow at the Institute for Research on Poverty. My research interests include demography, social stratification, and political sociology. My current research examines how natural disasters and economic recessions influence population fertility.

Previously, I worked as a predictive Data Modeling Analyst at New York University and completed a Master’s degree in Applied Quantitative Research in the Sociology department at New York University. I received a Bachelor’s degree in Sociology and French from Tulane University in New Orleans.