I am very passionate about teaching and pedagogy. As an aspiring professor of economics I am
dedicated to disseminating the methodologies and insights of the profession both through teaching and through
work that acquaints undergraduate students with the economics research process.
My teaching experience encompasses both online and offline learning as well as extensive undergraduate mentorship. I have assisted in teaching Introduction
to Econometrics and Global Inequality and Growth. In these courses
I developed homeworks, coding tutoritals in R and Stata, and original sets of notes. As a
graduate student instructor, I have received overall student evaluations 0.85 standard deviations
above the UC Berkeley Department of Economics mean.
Identifying with many of the different professional identities in the academic setting—both as
a student working under the guidance of a professor and as an instructor and mentor working
with undergraduate students—I have the perspective and dedication to facilitate meaningful
learning for students of all backgrounds.