I’m an applied mathematician by trade, interested in transportation, healthcare, education, and public policy – basically how government can use data and technology to improve its services. I’m also an avid sports fan and a longform journalism enthusiast.
I graduated in 2011 from Rice University with a degree in computational and applied mathematics before getting a graduate degree in transportation from MIT in 2013. After a stint in DC, I’m back in my hometown of Cleveland, Ohio.
When I’m not playing frisbee, going to trivia, or playing saxophone, I try to work on a few side projects. Also, this:
is too true.