I am a first year graduate student at the University of San Francisco. Focused on applied econometrics and microeconomics, my research interests include experimental and behavioral economics, international health, and food security. I am particularly drawn to this project because it connects food systems with understanding how people think and act.
Prior to enrolling in the International and Development Economics MS program, I conducted field work throughout Central America and the Caribbean related to social entrepreneurship and business development. With experience in social investment funds, nonprofit institutions, and start-ups, I am interested in finding evidence based approaches to maximize social impact.
I hold a dual degree in International Affairs and Human Services from Northeastern University.