I am a Research Scientist in the Computational Social Science group at Meta. My research interests include causal inference and experimentation, understanding the impact of the internet and social networks on economic mobility, and research on economic opportunity for social good and to improve our products. Prior to Meta, I was at Pandora where I worked on advertising, experimentation and station recommendations. I received a PhD in Economics from Stanford University where I focused on higher education and consumer finance.
Applied microeconomics, experimentation, economic opportunity and mobility