• Public Interest Technology
  • Data Management
  • Scientific Database Development


I am currently a PhD student at the University of Washington Information School working under Dr. Nicholas Weber and Dr. Bill Howe in the UW DataLab. My research involves the collection and analysis of large-scale social and behavioral data, usually from municipal or public sources. I create and use novel machine learning methods for information extraction to answer questions related to conversation dynamics, engagement, misinformation, and understanding policy actions within public meetings. Additionally, with my prior experience in data engineering I aim to create computational social science infrastructures that can better enable scientists in their work when engaging in the public realm.


  • BS, Informatics, University of Washington, 2017

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