I am a problem solver, critical thinker, interdisciplinary researcher, and statistics educator serving as an Assistant Professor at Azusa Pacific University.
I have a heart for undergraduate statistics education, which I think offers exciting opportunities to teach and to learn how to be better stewards of information. My research focuses on methods for evaluating, synthesizing, and translating statistical evidence in the social sciences, with particular experience in education policy and global development applications. This includes work in the areas of meta-analysis, data visualization, and statistical cognition. I love engaging in interdisciplinary work and helping students discover how to use statistics for social good in ways that intersect with their interests.
PhD in Statistics, 2021
MS in Statistics, 2018
BS in Mathematics, 2015
Olivet Nazarene University