I am a PhD candidate in Transportation Systems Engineering at Georgia Tech. In addition to my studies, I am a research assistant in the Urban Transportation Information Lab, led by Dr. Kari Watkins.
My research is focused on how we can better use urban spaces to build healthier, more livable cities. I am currently working on a project to classify metropolitan areas by factors that contribute transit ridership, and analyze trends within them.
Before starting my doctoral studies, I worked at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on the Transportation Safety Team.
2016 - Present
Georgia Institute of Technology
Doctor of Philosophy, Transportation Systems Engineering.
Transit System Design and Operations
2011 - 2013
University of Michigan School of Public Health
Master of Public Health, Health Management and Policy
2006 - 2010
Bachelor of Science, Biology
Bachelor of Arts, Cognitive Philosophy