I am a fifth-year Ph.D. Candidate in the Department of Politics at Princeton University studying international relations with a focus on international political economy.
Within international political economy, my research and teaching interests span the areas of international trade, international finance, and international organizations. My dissertation is comprised of three papers about the international politics of finance, exploring the implications of low levels of formal, institutionalized cooperation in ever more global financial markets.
Prior to graduate studies at Princeton, I worked as an internal consultant for a specialty retail corporation. I have an undergraduate degree in political science, and a business degree with a finance specialization.