Seasoned, passionate, and proven researcher in the field of economic history. Strong academic performer who adjusts quickly to new information and challenges. Persevering student prepared to take on demanding course loads.
Currently working on coauthoring a paper with Prof.
Eric Chaney introduction a new data set and metric for evaluating population in Early Modern Europe.
We will likely submit in 2017.
Presented research paper analyzing adolescent substance abuse and evaluating public policy in Florida schools at the Harvard Graduate School of Education's International Education Policy Conference in January 2016.
Bachelors of Liberal Arts : Extension Studies Government Economics and History, 2016Harvard UniversityExtension Studies Cum Laude Government Economics and History 3.66 3.75 Dean's List 2013-2014, Dean's List 2014-2015, Dean's List
Associate of Science : Paralegal Studies, 2013South UniversityParalegal Studies Magna Cum Laude 3.77 Dean's List, President's List
Post-Baccalaureate Fellow June 2016 to CurrentHarvard University
Collected vast amounts of biographical data on published scholars spanning two thousand years of Western intellectual history.
Performed statistical analysis in STATA.
Used Excel and Python to automatize data extraction.
Efficient data coding and cleaning.
Research Assistant September 2015 to CurrentUniversity of Chicago - Prof. James A. Robinson and Leander Heldring PhD
Investigated and identified data sources relevant to project.
Wrote algorithms for Python.
Cross referenced multiple historic census reports to identify missing data to reconstruct original reports for further analysis relevant to project.
Assisted in writing Python script to extract data from thousands of documents.
Currently working on using ArcGIS to digitize maps, match up data sets, and perform statistical analysis.
Research Assistant July 2015 to May 2016Harvard University
See post-bacc position with Eric Chaney above.
Research Assistant September 2015 to January 2016Harvard University - Prof. Carlos Diaz-Rosillo
Assisted supervising professor in research design.
Formulated coding sheet based on careful investigation of relevant characteristics of data.
Performed substantive legal research and analysis in a wide variety of legal cases.
Research Assistant March 2015 to July 2016Harvard University - Prof. James A. Robinson
Performed archival research of 18th century British Treasury minute books.
Evaluated, identified, and coded relevant targeted data.
Analyzed findings and offered judgement to supervising professor.