Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Health Policy Research Scholar, The New School
I am a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Health Policy Research Scholar and a Scholars Strategy Network member. I use mixed methods to research how policy, law, and management operate at the intersection of criminal legal and health systems. I collaborate on equity and reform initiatives.
I teach college-level courses in prison and I am an Assistant Instructor with Princeton's School of Public and International Affairs. I serve on the editorial boards of Journal of Correctional Health Care and Public Integrity. I am an associate editor for World Medical & Health Policy and Harvard Public Health Review.
I am a former USAID Research and Innovation fellow and a Fulbright grantee to South Africa. I have a master's degree in public health from Columbia University and a bachelor's degree from UC Berkeley. I am completing my law degree at Rutgers Law School and my doctoral degree at The New School.
Adjunct Faculty, New Jersey Scholarship and Transformative Education in Prison (NJ-STEP)
Health Policy Research Scholar, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
Assistant Instructor, Princeton University
UC Berkeley, BS
Columbia University, MPH
The New School, PhD In Progress
Rutgers Law School, JD In Progress
New York Academy of Sciences Member
New Jersey Public Health Association Vice President
Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action Member
American Public Health Association Ethics Committee Member and Law Committee Member
American Society for Public Administration Member
Public Administration Theory Network Member
American Association for University Women Member
Fulbright Association Member
Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management
Scholars Strategy Network Member
International Society for Third-Sector Research Member
Fulbright and USAID Research and Innovation Fellow