I am a PhD student in the Department of History at Princeton University. My main research interests include financial history, global history, international relations, and monetary policy. Broadly speaking, I am interested in the history of central banking and financial institutions from World War I onwards, specifically analyzing initiatives of international cooperation and economic globalization.
I received a BA in History and in Economics from Vanderbilt University and have also studied at the London School of Economics. Prior to arriving at Princeton, I worked as a Business Analyst at Visa, Inc. in San Francisco, CA and as a Research Assistant at the Center for Financial Stability.