Brief Teaching Statement:

I believe that education is important both to gain as well as pass on. Having a strong grasp of basic economic, statistical, and mathematical concepts helps build the foundation for more advanced understanding across formal and social sciences. A strong understanding in economics, econometrics, and statistics is essential to healthily engaging with a society that consistently employs the tools of all three. I hope to be able to impart my enthusiasm for economics and statistics, and more importantly my enthusiasm for learning in general, to all of my students. 


The College of New Jersey, School of Business

Visiting Assistant Professor

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Rutgers University, Economics Department


Recitation Leader & Teaching Assistant

Teaching Assistant

Princeton University, School of Public and International Affairs


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Guest Lecturer