I am currently a fourth year Statistics PhD Candidate at WPI and working as a Research Assistant for the United States Department of Agriculture National Agricultural Statistics Service (USDA NASS). My research involves Bayesian methods for combining data from multiple sources, how to handle non-probability data ("big data"), and small area estimation. I received my MS in Applied Statistics from WPI in 2020.
I graduated Magna Cum Laude from Assumption University in May 2018 where I double majored in Mathematics and Economics and minored in Computer Science. During my time at Assumption, I was a member of the Honors Program and the Varsity Field Hockey Team. I also received the George A. Doyle Merit Award for Excellence in Economics in 2018. This award is given by Assumption annually to recognize a student who possesses extraordinary intellect, has a passion for community service, and demonstrates strong potential within the field.