Welcome to my personal website. I am currently a Post-Doc researcher in the Living Conditions department at the Luxembourg Institute of Socio-Economic Research. I graduated from the University of California-Irvine with my Ph.D. in Economics in May 2018. My fields are labor economics and econometrics. My research primarily focuses on estimating the labor market effects of anti-poverty policies. Thus far, my work has focused on the United States, specifically in the context of the minimum wage and Earned Income Tax Credit. I am also interested in anti-poverty policies more generally, as well as education or health policies which, while not directly anti-poverty in nature, have important implications for low-income households and families.