About Me

Professional Experience


I am a data scientist using natural language processing to measure and overcome media manipulation. Feel free to connect with me on LinkedIn.


I’ve had a great time mentoring some brilliant final project teams at the Erdős Institute Data Science Bootcamp!

Academic Information


I received my PhD in mathematics from the University of Arizona, under the supervision of Ibrahim Fatkullin. I have a BSc double-degree from Texas A&M University in math and physics. I was a postdoc in the math departments of the University of Edinburgh (UK) and University of New Mexico working in applied probability and statistics.


I’ve taught many classes: Scientific Computing & Numerical Analysis, Applied Linear Algebra, Vector Analysis, Mathematics of the Climate (co-taught), Probability & Statistics, the calculus sequence, and probably some other ones. I was awarded a departmental teaching award from UNM’s Math Department in 2020.


I was previously very involved in STEM outreach and volunteered at the UA Match Circle, UE Match Circle, and was the co-Director of the UNM-PNM Statewide Mathematics Contest.

A photo

Everyone has a photo of themselves on their website, so here’s mine:

This is me.