In January 2024, I joined the Research, Automation and Data Division at the California Department of Social Services to manage social program data for program implementation and research. I received my Ph.D. in Economics at the University of California, San Diego in 2024.
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Works In Progress
Intergenerational Persistence of Intimate Partner Violence: Evidence from African Women (with Camila Navajas-Ahumada)
Awarded: NBER Gender in the Economy Dissertation Fellowship Runner-up
Data collection funded by: Structural Transformation and Economic Growth Ph.D. Grant (£15,000)