About


I am a third-year undergraduate student at the University of Pennsylvania, where I am pursuing degrees in mathematical economics (B.A.) and data science (M.S.E). Alongside my studies, I have been involved in judgment and decision-making research with the Behavior Change for Good Initiative and the Milkman Lab. Over the summer, I was an economic research intern with the Federal Reserve Board of Governors in D.C. and helped publish a FEDS Note on real economic uncertainty. Currently, I am a part of Penn’s Computational Social Science Lab, working on epidemic modeling.

My interests are in econometrics and statistical learning.