I am a PhD candidate at the Bren School of Environment Science & Management at the University of California, Santa Barbara. I am a political economist and an applied statistician.

My research focuses on deforestation, climate change, and illicit financial flows. I use quasi-experimental techniques from econometrics and data science to answer questions about pressing environmental problems.

Prior to joining the Bren School, I was a researcher at the Center for Global Development for 3 years.

I have consulted for organizations such as the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa, the Tax Justice Network, and the Business & Sustainable Development Commission.

I am finishing up my MA in Statistics at UCSB. I hold an MSc in Economic History from the London School of Economics, and an MSc in Economics and Public Policy from Sciences Po Paris and École Polytechnique. My Bachelors was in European Social and Political Studies from University College London.