I have received my PhD in cognitive psychology with a minor in statistics.
I conduct research and evaluation studies in the areas of K-12 education and STEM education with a focus on applied statistical and econometric methods. I have designed and led several research studies contracted by the National Center on Education Statistics (NCES) such as examining student engagement in NAEP, investigating potential grade level college readiness benchmarks on NAEP, and establishing a statistical link between Early Childhood Longitudinal Survey and NAEP.
Currently, I work at a non-profit research institute in Washington, DC, providing expertise in statistics, applied econometrics, experimental and quasi-experimental designs, and survey methods and analysis.
Areas of Interest
Applied statistics and econometrics
Research methods and experimental design
Education policy research
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