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After growing up in Sonoma Valley, California, I graduated from UChicago in 2020 with a B.A. in Mathematics. I then spent two years as an associate at the MGGG Redistricting Lab, a research group led by Dr. Moon Duchin at Tufts University. While there, I helped to develop a PyEI, Python package for ecological inference, which is a family of Bayesian hierarchical models often used to determine racial polarization in elections. I also co-authored papers investigating families of metrics used to analyze gerrymandering and provided data support for redistricting litigation after the 2020 Census.


Security & Privacy

Understanding and defending against emerging threats in our increasingly computational world


The mathematical foundations of computation, including algorithm design, complexity and logic
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