I am currently a Survey Statistician with the Health and Disability Branch at the U.S. Census Bureau. In 2015, I received a Phd in Sociology and Masters in Population Health Sciences from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. My substantive interests are related to the social causes and consequences of health disparities. My methodological expertise includes demographic techniques, propensity score matching, and longitudinal models. I have eight years of analytic experience working with large longitudinal and administrative data sets using Stata, R, SAS, and Mplus.