My research combines work from both fields of health and education economics to ensure the well-being of school aged children, families, and marginalized groups, in particular.
With former experience in a variety of classroom settings, my research agenda aims to analyze the outcomes and effects of educational and supportive student strategies implemented in a K-12 setting.
Other topics include charter school effectiveness and the spillovers of higher education.
I've completed work ranging from physical activity and mental health/well-being, to health inequality and female contraceptive accessibility. My health research uses causal inference methods and behavioral economics to further encourage effective policymaking.