I am a third-year computer science PhD student at Harvard University, where I am fortunate to be advised by Ariel Procaccia. My work is supported by an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship. I earned my undergraduate degree in computer science and mathematics from Amherst College, and a master's degree in computer science from the University of Cambridge on a Churchill Scholarship.

I am primarily interested in applying techniques from theoretical computer science to improve institutions of democracy. I work on a range of topics in social choice theory and fair division, and I am particularly focused on algorithms for fair redistricting and gerrymandering detection. I also have interests in algorithmic game theory, descriptive complexity, computational topology, and graph theory.

In my free time I like to play strategic board/card games, play volleyball, and juggle. I hold the current world record for the most number of clubs successfully juggled on a unicycle (video).

I also help organize the weekly EconCS seminar series at Harvard. If you are interested in giving a talk or would like to be added to our mailing list, please email me!