I am a fifth-year computer science PhD student at Harvard University, where I am fortunate to be advised by Ariel Procaccia. My work is supported by a Google PhD Fellowship and 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.

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

I expect to graduate Spring 2025 and am currently on the job market.

I also hold the current world record for the most number of clubs successfully juggled on a unicycle (video).