I am a first year PhD student in Education Policy and Program Evaluation (Economics of Education Field Course) at Harvard. Before joining the PhD program, I was working as a research assistant at The World Bank, Development Research Group where I have been evaluating an adaptive experiment in Cameroon, an RCT in Ukraine, and building programming packages for impact evaluations.

Overall, my research interests are development economics, education, impact evaluations, and conflict. Notwithstanding that my work has been alongside several professors and researchers, I have also independently developed a portfolio of data projects that can be of help for future research, and, especially, for Nicaragua that can be found in the data tab of this website.

Please feel free to contact me at the links provided on this website.