I am a fourth-year PhD student in Economics at Claremont Graduate University, and a member of the Computational Justice Lab. My research interest is in applied microeconomics, with a focus on issues of public finance, labor economics, urban economics, and criminal justice.
Outside of academia, I am also Managing Director at Grayslake Advisors, an economic consulting firm that provides expert services to clients involved in complex commercial litigation. Prior to attending CGU, I earned a Master of Urban Planning degree from the University of Southern California, and a BA in Public Policy from the University of Michigan.
Works In Progress
"Identifying the Impacts of Land Use Regulation on Housing Development"
"The Role of County Expenditure Decisions in the Criminal Justice System" with Spencer Mueller and Rainita Narender
"The Effects of Pension Reforms on Appeals Court Judge Retirement Decisions and Performance" with Eric Helland
USC Sol Price School of Public Policy
PPD 625 Planning and Economic Development Finance - Spring 2022, Spring 2023
RED 511: Foundations of Real Estate Analysis - Fall 2022
PPD 431 Policy, Planning, and Development Studio - Fall 2017, Fall 2018, Spring 2019
Pro Forma Modeling for Planners One-Day "Boot Camp" - Fall 2017, Fall 2018, Fall 2019, Spring 2021