I am a research scientist at Amazon. I received my PhD in statistics from the University of Washington in June 2023, where I was advised by Arun Chandrasekhar at Stanford University and Tyler McCormick at UW.

Previously, I was a Research Mathematical Statistician in the Missing Data and Observational Data Modeling Group in the Center for Statistical Research and Methodology at the U.S. Census Bureau, where I built machine learning models to reduce non-response bias. I received my BS in math from Arizona State University and then spent a year as a Fulbright Scholar at the University of Luxembourg.

My work in graduate school focused on questions in causal inference, network analysis, and survey design. A large part of my research focused on making large-scale surveys more accessible to researchers by making them cheaper, more accurate, and easier to run. My work also focused on building statistical models for network data. I also worked on model selection for network data and learning geometric properties of data to improve down-stream tasks in inference and machine learning.

- October 13,2023: Our paper
*Bayesian Hyperbolic Multidimensional Scaling*was accepted to the Journal of Computational and Graphical Statistics. - October 13, 2023: Here is an interactive description of our recent work that appeared in PNAS.
- June 21, 2023: I will be serving as a mentor for the INSPIRE U2 REU program at Spelman College this summer!
- June 10, 2023: I received my PhD in Statistics from the University of Washington!
**March 23, 2023: Our paper on using Aggregated Relational Data to estimate network properties was accepted to PNAS!****December 13, 2022: Our paper on latent space geometry was accepted to JRSS Series B!**- November 18, 2022: I am giving a talk at the Pioneer Center for AI at the University of Copenhagen.
- April 27, 2022: We have posted an updated version of our paper “Consistently estimating network statistics with aggregated relational data” to arXiv.
- November 17, 2021: I will be giving a presentation at the International Society of Bayesian Analysis in June 2022 on our geometry of latent space paper!
- November 12, 2021: I am excited to announce that I received the Z.W. Birnbaum award for best general exam in the past year. Thanks to my great advisors Arun and Tyler!
- October 20, 2021: We have posted an updated version of our paper “Consistently estimating network statistics with aggregated relational data” to arXiv.
- June 17, 2021: Our pre-print on spectral goodness-of-fit tests for complete and partial network data is out today! Check out the pre-print, code, and short summary.