I am a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Justice, Law & Criminology at American University in Washington, D.C. I am also currently a Senior Fellow at the Center for Security, Innovation, and New Technology; a Graduate Fellow at the Internet Governance Lab; and a Fellow for Washington College of Law's Tech, Law & Security program.
My research interests include cybercrime and cyber-enabled crime, cyber and tech policy, and political methodology. I am also interested in translational data analytics, focused on utilizing data science methods and analytics to better address issues of societal importance. Additionally, I am enthusiastic about teaching cyber- and tech-focused courses, as well as courses on statistics and programming, and am an adjunct instructor at American University’s School of Public Affairs (Department of Justice, Law & Criminology and Department of Government) and at the Washington College of Law.