About Me

I am a postdoctoral research associate at the Federal Statistical Data Center in Texas A&M University.  My research is concerned with the long run effects of large, transformational Federal policies such as Redlining, Head Start, and Medicaid.  Before my PhD, I studied Economics at the Masters level in Nevada while I also taught Philosophy courses like Critical Thinking, Symbolic Logic and Introduction to Philosophy.  I’ve also published  articles about Philosophy and the History of Science.

For most of that time, I’ve also been a busy father.  I have two boys, Jack (8 years old) and Max (3 years old).  When I can find the time, I enjoy hiking, reading Plato and drinking coffee.  I haven’t figured out how to do all three at once, but maybe someday I will!