I am a fourth-year undergraduate majoring in mathematics and computer science enrolled in Temple University's Honors program. I am a research assistant at Temple University's Data Science Institute working with Dr. Edoardo Airoldi, Dr. Ken McAlinn, and Dr. Jeanne Ruane and the Center for Data Analytics and Biomedical Informatics working with Dr. Zoran Obradovic. My research currently explores modeling the formation of networks with non-scale-free degree distributions. Outside of my network science interests, I am also passionate about causal inference and machine learning. In a recent project, I partnered with the Philly start-up Gopuff to explore the effects of COVID-19 on tipping behavior.

In the past, I was a teaching assistant for an undergraduate/graduate cross listed class, Applied Statistics and Data Science. Resources for this course are available in the Teaching section. I was also a teaching assistant from Elements of Data Science and Introduction to Python and a tutor in the math department.

Over the summer, I was a data science intern with Disney+ and ESPN+. Before that, I was also an intern for the Bureau of Labor Statistics studying the immigrant wage gap, a research intern at the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia investigating regional economic outlook, and a data science intern at Dyson, Inc. I was also a research assistant for Dr. David Smith at Temple University's Neuroeconomics Lab.