MPhil candidate in Sociology and Demography at the University of Oxford (2022). Yale University graduate (2020) with a joint B.A./M.A. in Political Science and an intensive B.A. in Classics (Ancient Greek and Latin). Incoming PhD student at Princeton University in Sociology and Social Policy.
Chosen as the 2019 Truman Scholar and 2020 Rhodes Scholar for commitments to public service and research. Studies survey methods, social demography, and identity (e.g., by gender, sexuality, race, and immigration status).
- Article published in Electoral Studies.
- Article published in the Journal of Aging and Health and presented at PAA.
- Article published in PLOS One and presented at PAA.
- Presented at the University of Cambridge’s FemQuant conference, “Beyond the binary variable: Feminist quantitative analyses of gendered inequalities.”
- Presented at Queer Intersections Oxford Research Lunch.
- Presented at Deakin University’s “Imagining New Futures? Provocations in Gender and Sexuality Studies.”
- Published a feature with Jordan Cozby in the New England Archivists July 2020 Newsletter.
- Graduated with a B.A./M.A. from Yale University (Magna Cum Laude; Distinction in the major; Phi Beta Kappa).
- Awarded the Frank M. Patterson Prize for ‘Most Outstanding Scholarship in American Politics throughout the course of the Political Science major.’
- Granted the George A. Schrader, Jr., Prize from Branford College (Yale University), for “readiness to listen and to advise, and for never being too busy to help.”
- Published with the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UN ESCAP).
- Granted the John C. Schroeder award from Branford College (Yale University), which is for “students who have contributed to residential college life and who, in the opinion of the committee, will ‘play a part in the good labor of the world.'”
- Awarded the Truman Scholarship for graduate studies related to a future career in public service.
- Awarded the Rhodes Scholarship for graduate studies at Oxford.