I am a first year PhD student in the Computer Science Department at Carnegie Mellon University, where I am advised by Giulia Fanti and Nihar Shah. I am interested in data privacy and anonymity, especially with respect to transparent sharing of data.
Prior to CMU, I received my A.B. in Applied Mathematics from Harvard College where I was lucky to work with Salil Vadhan. As an undergrad, I did research on differentially private inference for models of random graphs. Before beginning my PhD, I spent three years working as a data scientist at Facebook on ads transparency and integrity.