Originally from the suburbs of New York City, I am entering my second year as a Ph.D. student in the Economics Department at Harvard and my first year as a tutor in Winthrop. I did my undergraduate degree in Economics and Applied Mathematics at Macalester College and played quarterback on the football team...Go Scots! Before coming to Harvard I spent two years as a predoctoral fellow at Stanford University studying race and economic opportunity. My research uses large-scale administrative data to study inequality and economic opportunity in the US. Right now I am focused on understanding how interactions with the criminal justice system impact economic, social, and health outcomes over the lifecycle. Outside of research, I am a big Green Bay Packers and New York Rangers fan and I am looking forward to participating in IM sports at Winthrop. I am always happy to chat with students about economics, research in the social sciences, where to find the best food around Harvard, or whatever else might be on your mind.