Assistant Professor, Economics
Affiliate Scholar, Knee Center for the Study of Occupational Regulation
142 Dudley Moorhead Hall
PhD, Economics, George Mason University, 2017
MA, Economics, George Mason University, 2014
BS, Economics, Saint Mary's College of California, 2008
My fields are law and economics, labor economics, and health economics. My research is on occupational licensing, health, and crime. I have taught graduate and undergraduate courses at San Jose State University, including Law and Economics (ECON 141, ECON 241); Labor Economics (ECON 151, ECON 251); and both ECON 100W and ECON 205. I have also taught Intermediate Microeconomics and Industrial Organization at George Mason University.
I am an Affiliate Scholar with the Knee Center for the Study of Occupational Regulation and the co-founder of the Finance and Economics Women's Network (FEW).
Previously, I was a Capitol Hill reporter for the Pennsylvania Independent.