I’m a graduate of the Goldman School of Public Policy, where I received a full scholarship based on my outstanding academic record. After graduation, I found an opportunity working as an independent consultant for a variety of policy-related organizations. Our projects include helping colleges do a better job of welcoming first-generation and low-income college students and designing strategies for states to promote economic and workforce development in clean energy related industries.
While at Goldman, I worked as a volunteer admissions counselor, helping review and provide feedback on the essays and application materials of prospective students. I’ve also helped a number of friends with their graduate school applications to both Master’s and Doctoral programs, helping them get into schools as varied as Princeton (Wilson), Tufts (Fletcher), Johns Hopkins (SAIS), and Chicago (Harris).
In my free time I enjoy hiking, snowboarding, and traveling with my wife. I’m also an avid reader and a huge Golden State Warriors fans (I grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area). And, since I went to Goldman, I’ve become a policy nerd, and love reading and keeping up with interesting developments in public policy and economics.