Research, Evaluation, Writing
I hold a PhD in Politics from Princeton University with a focus on African politics and development. I pursued community-based research in northern Kenya for over a year, an experience that informs my approach to work and life.
My passion is for face-to-face participatory research that helps generate nuanced understanding for the convener and all participants.
I have also worked in project management (to create an online municipal finance database), program evaluation (of justice sector agencies), and on a variety of social justice, equity, and refugee support projects.
I speak French and am a dual US/German citizen. In my free time, I love to read fiction, bake, and chase after my young daughter.
My resume is here.
Development Aid and Public Goods Provision
A Framework for Ranking Government Fiscal Sustainability
“Big Ideas” in Political Thought