Hello! I'm Allison.

I'm a 5th year PhD candidate at Stanford's Institute for Computational & Mathematical Engineering. My research interests lie broadly at the intersection of economics and computer science, and my projects focus on fairness in algorithmic systems and causal inference in the public health space. I work in the Stanford Computational Policy Lab and the Golub Capital Social Impact Lab, and am grateful for mentorship from my reading committee: Susan Athey, Sharad Goel, and Hal Varian.

Originally from the Washington, D.C. area, I shipped up to Boston to receive my Bachelor's in Mathematics with Computer Science from MIT, and then moved to New York to begin my career as an economic consultant. In my spare time, I enjoy music, travel, exploring the Bay Area, and wondering how I can scheme my way into a Planet Money episode.