My research is primarily interested in the experiences of early adulthood and its effects on the life course. In particular, I am interested in the effects of incarceration, military service, and the pursuit of higher education, and how such experiences affect later life outcomes. I primarily employ quantitative and demographic methods in my research.
I will be on leave beginning Fall of 2016.
Fields of Study
Social Stratification, Education, Military, Race & Ethnicity, Demography
Grants and Awards
Eugene V. Cota-Robles Fellow - UCLA Graduate Division (2013)
Presidential Fellow - Center for the Study of the Presidency and Congress (2012)
M.A. UCLA (2016): Sociology
A.B. Columbia University (2013): Political Science