Research interests: gender, sexuality, migration, and political sociology
I am a current MPhil candidate in Sociology and Demography and a 2020 Rhodes Scholar from the US. My studies primarily relate to intergroup relations and the politics of marginalization.
I graduated from Yale University in 2020 with a joint M.A. and B.A. in Political Science (concentrating in American Politics and Political Theory) and an intensive B.A. in Classics. At Yale, I was inducted into Phi Beta Kappa, received distinction in Political Science, and graduated Magna Cum Laude (top 10% of students). I was also awarded the Frank M. Patterson Prize for "the most oustanding scholarship in American Politics throughout the course of the Political Science major."
After my MPhil, I intend on pursuing doctoral research with funding from my Truman Scholarship (Oregon 2019 scholar).