I recently completed my PhD in Computational and Data Sciences at Washinton University in St. Louis where I was advised by Dr. Sanmay Das at George Mason University and Dr. Patrick Fowler in the Division of Computational and Data Sciences at Washington University in St. Louis. I am especially interested in fair applications of AI to social-scientific questions. My dissertation research combined machine learning and human decision-making to inform fair and efficient service allocations for homeless families.
I started as a Data Science Preceptor at the University of Chicago's Data Science Institute in June 2022. My current interests involve classroom action research to learn the most effective teaching strategies in data science as well as the development of best practices in teaching data science ethics.