Here is my C.V.
I grew up in Overland Park, Kansas and went to the University of Kansas for undergrad. After that I headed to D.C. to work for a chemical trade association. In 2008, I started my graduate degree at the Wilf Family Department of Politics at NYU. While at NYU I worked for Governor Paterson and completed my dissertation with the guidance of Jonathan Nagler, Sanford Gordon, Pat Egan, and Howard Rosenthal.
I now reside on the Upper East Side of Manhattan and work as an assistant professor at the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, New Jersey.
When I'm not in the classroom or behind a computer you can find me running the streets of New York or working on community clean ups and local politics in my neighborhood.
Stevens Institute of Technology Hoboken, NJ
Assistant Professor of Political Science, 2015-present
Visiting Assistant Professor, 2014-2015
Yeshiva University New York, NY
Adjunct Professor, 2014
New York University New York, NY
Adjunct Professor, 2011, summer 2016
Ph.D. Politics, New York University, 2014
Dissertation: “Legislator Controlled Information Revelation in Constituent Communications”
M.A. Politics, New York University, 2010
B.A. Political Science, University of Kansas, 2007