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About me

I am an incoming Assistant Professor at the Korbel School of International Studies at the University of Denver. I recently received my PhD in Sociology from Johns Hopkins University. I am a research fellow at the Climate Policy Lab at the Fletcher School at Tufts University. From Spring to Summer 2019, I was a Global China Initiative Fellow at the Global Development Policy Center (GDPC) at Boston University. On the policy side, I am also a non-resident fellow at the Stratbase-Alberto Del Rosario Institute (ADRi) in the Philippines and the Paramadina Institute for Public Policy (PIPP) in Indonesia.

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Asst Prof at Josef Korbel at the University of Denver. Sociologist from Johns Hopkins, fellow at the Climate Policy Lab, Stratbase ADRI-Institute, and the Paramadina Public Policy Institute.