I am a political scientist and policy researcher. My academic research falls in the intersection of political psychology and behavioral economics: I have studied the psychology of income inequality, attitudes toward the welfare state, and reactions to Stimulus spending.

I currently work as a Research Specialist at the Center for Healthcare Delivery Sciences at Brigham & Women’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School, with a joint appointment to the Office of Evaluation Sciences at the General Services Administration. In this role, I develop and coordinate field experiments that are informed by the behavioral sciences and aim to increase the uptake of vaccinations recommended by the CDC.