I am a PhD student in the Developmental and Psychological Sciences (DAPS) program at the Graduate School of Education and a recipient of the Stanford Graduate Fellowship in Science and Engineering. My research interests lie at the intersection of education measurement and evaluation in developing country contexts. I am interested in learning about how we can measure learning more efficiently and accurately, and in turn, how that support education and policy systems.
Before joining the GSE, I worked in program management and research in international education. My work spanned education policy work in India and Malawi, development of a digital platform for government teachers to create and use content in India, and program management and evaluation at the World Bank. I have a Masters in International Education Development from the University of Pennsylvania and a Masters in Economics from the Delhi School of Economics.
Advisors: Maria Ruiz-Primo and Ben Domingue