I am a PhD candidate in Agricultural and Resource Economics at UC Berkeley. My research interests include environmental economics, agricultural economics, climate change economics, and applied econometrics.
My current work involves measuring damages from degraded water quality and benefits from recycled water programs, nitrogen application and management practice adoption, recycling behavior and policy, and climate change impacts to agricultural yields. I thrive on interdisciplinary work and stakeholder engagement.
I have served as the instructor of record for undergraduate environmental economics and as a graduate student instructor for financial economics and natural resource economics. I have been honored with an Outstanding GSI award, have taught the department's pedagogy course, and have served as a four-time leader in UC Berkeley's new GSI conference.
Ph.D. Agricultural and Resource Economics, UC Berkeley (2016 - )
M.S. Agricultural and Resource Economics, UC Berkeley (2018)
M.S. Agriculture and Resource Economics, Purdue University (2016)
B.S. Environmental and Water Resource Economics, University of Arizona (2014)
B.S. Environmental Science, University of Arizona (2014)