I am a PhD candidate at Cambridge pursuing a PhD in International Health Economics. I studied Politics at Princeton University (’13) and received my masters in Economics from the Barcelona Graduate School of Economics (’16). I have spent time working in the international development and public health sectors across Latin America and hope to be able to utilize the knowledge I gained from my academic and professional experiences to write a dissertation wherein I seek to quantify the economic burden of disease in emerging markets.
I am passionate about math, science, economics, politics and languages. I look forward to working with students who are excited about a variety of academic disciplines.
Education: Princeton University, Barcelona Graduate School of Economics, Cambridge University
Undergrad Major: Politics (Princeton University)
Other Degrees/Minors: Masters in Economics (Barcelona Graduate School of Economics), Ph.D. Candidate in International Health Economics (Cambridge University)
Awards & Honors: Illinois State Scholar, AP Scholar with Honors, AP Scholar with Distinction, National French Contest National Rank, National Honors Society, National Merit Scholar
Interests & Activities: Model UN, LASO, BSU, Debate
AP Exams: 5 French, 5 Government, 4 US History, 4 English Language, 5 English Literature, 4 European History, 4 Calculus AB, 5 Chemistry, 5 Biology
SAT Subject Tests: 780 French, 800 Spanish, 760 Chemistry
Other Awards: BGSE Honors MSc, Honors Master Thesis, Illinois State Scholar, AP Scholar with Honors, AP Scholar with Distinction, National French Contest National Rank, National Honors Society, National Merit Scholar
Other Interests & Activities: Princeton Women's Club Soccer, Accion Latina, Pa'Delante Tutoring, Chicano Caucus, Photography