I am a principal economist in the Division of Research and Statistics at the Federal Reserve Board of Governors*, where I am part of the team responsible for administering and disseminating the Survey of Consumer Finances, as well as a visiting professor at the Department of Economics, Howard University. My research is primarily in the fields of household finance, labor economics, and survey methods, with a current focus on financial sophistication and cognition, and household experiences with debt. I completed my PhD in economics at the University of Michigan and my AB in economics and international relations at Brown University.
Working papers and research in progress
The Financial Presentation of Alzheimer's Disease and Related Dementias (with Lauren Nicholas, Kenneth Langa, and Julie Bynum), revision under review