Assistant Professor of Economics, The College of Wooster

I am an Assistant Professor at The College of Wooster with research interests in the political economy of inequality and in household economics. My dissertation research examined inequalities in U.S. credit markets along the dimensions of gender, race, and class. I have multiple years of experience teaching introductory-level and upper-division economics courses and a passion for developing interdisciplinary teaching techniques that engage students in conversations about economic issues.

Experience

  • 2019–present
    Assistant Professor, The College of Wooster
  • 2014–2019
    Instructor, Colorado State University

Education

  • 2019 
    Colorado State University, PhD in Economics
  • 2016 
    Colorado State University, Masters of Arts in Economics