In August 2022 I matriculated at Yale Law School (YLS). I am interested in the intersection of the law and the climate crisis. I am a fellow for the Ludwig Program in Public Sector Leadership and a teaching assistant for Professor Fiona Scott Morton.
I spent my 1L summer as a Law Clerk at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York (FRBNY), working on issues relating to tax, bankruptcy, regulatory, and sanctions law. I contributed to a briefing memorandum for Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell and summarized a congressional hearing on issues concerning the FRBNY.
Prior to law school I completed my undergraduate studies at Brown University. I matriculated in 2018 when I was 28 years old and was part of Brown’s Resumed Undergraduate Education program for non-traditional students. I graduated in May 2022 with a degree in economics.