Welcome! I am an Assistant Professor at Loyola University Maryland. I received my PhD in Politics from Princeton University and an MA in Quantitative Methods in the Social Sciences from Columbia University as a recipient of la Caixa Graduate Fellowship. After my PhD, I was a Postdoctoral Associate and Lecturer at the Program on Ethics, Politics, & Economics at Yale University.
I study comparative politics and historical political economy. My interests include political elite formation, education, colonial legacies, and culture, with a focus on Africa. My work has appeared in Studies in Comparative International Development and Public Choice.
While in graduate school, I consulted for Princeton's Innovations for Successful Societies in Mexico. I was also a co-principal investigator with Innovations for Poverty Action in Uganda and worked at the World Bank in Poverty Reduction and Economic Management.
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Recent and upcoming talks
February 5. Yale Comparative Politics Workshop
March 2-3. Association for the Study of Religion, Economics, and Culture (ASREC)
April 4-7. Midwest Political Science Association (MPSA)
May 10. Yale Political and Economic Development Conference (YPED)
May 30-31. Politics & History Network Conference at Yale.
August 29-31. American Political Science Association (APSA)
September 23. Historical Political Economy Working Group (HPE), NYC.