My primary research interests include income inequality, economic development, and population health. My dissertation is a cross-national, quantitative study of how income inequality impacts health across different levels of economic development, at the country-level and the individual-level. My other research is focused on foreign aid allocation and efficacy and how social networks impact health outcomes.
I received my M.A. in Sociology from UC Riverside in 2013 and my B.A. in Sociology from the University of Central Arkansas in 2005.