Assistant Professor, Black Hills State University, Fordham University

Her research aims to inform policy and practice to improve wellbeing of vulnerable populations including the poor, children, and people with disability in developing countries.

Her current research measures global trends, particularly transitions in child poverty, and investigates some factors that can affect children (health insurance and conflict).

She teaches introductory-level microeconomics and statistics.

Experience

  • 2017–present
    Assistant Professor of Economics, Black Hills State University
  • Spearfish, South Dakota
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