Greetings! I am a Postdoctoral Associate in the SPIRES lab at Yale School of the Environment. My research interests lie in the economics of environmental conservation, natural climate solutions, and the intersection of environment and development. I often use econometric methods of causal inference and remotely sensed data to answer questions in these areas.
I completed my Ph.D. in 2023 at UCSB's Bren School of Environmental Science & Management, where I was a member of the Conservation Economics Lab and worked as a researcher for the Environmental Markets Lab (emLab) on projects funded by CGIAR's Standing Panel on Impact Assessment and the Arnhold Family Foundation.
In Fall 2024, I will join the University of Utah as an Assistant Professor (joint in Economics and Environmental & Sustainability Studies).
Prior to grad school, I guided rafting trips in Juneau, Alaska. When not thinking about environmental economics, I can be found hiking on one of the local trails or casting a fly to a hungry trout.