Welcome! I am a PhD Candidate in the political science department at George Washington University, where I am concentrating in international relations and research methods. I am also a PhD Candidate in Residence at the Elliott School's Institute for Security and Conflict Studies (ISCS).
My research sits at the intersection of international political economy and security studies. Specifically, I investigate how businesses are affected by, respond to, and shape large scale international shocks such as interstate war, geopolitical competition, and pandemics. The results of this research have been published in Business and Politics and accepted for publication in PS: Political Science and Politics.
I am a co-founder of the virtual Graduate Student International Political Economy (GSIPE) workshop alongside Cleo O'Brien Udry and Paul Ko.
I previously earned a M.A. in international relations at the University of Chicago and a B.A. in political science at Williams College.
Please see above for links to my current research, publications, and curriculum vitae.