About Me I'm a social scientist who uses diverse data and methods to inform responses to social problems. Much of my research focuses homelessness in California and programs to address it. My prior research examined poverty across states and countries, and unstable work schedules and state labor regulations.
Employment: Senior Research Associate, Terner Center for Housing Innovation at the University of California, Berkeley
Education: PhD, Sociology, Duke University 2013 MA, Sociology, Duke University 2010 BA, Sociology, Indiana University 2007 BS, Mathematics, Indiana University 2007