Currently senior economist and head of the research team at Streeteasy. Adjunct lecturer in computer science at the City College of New York. Formerly senior data scientist with Capital One Labs and staff at the New York Fed and Federal Reserve Board. Member of the Economic Advisory Panel to the NYC Office of Management and Budget and an industry advisor to the NYC Tech Talent Pipeline. Masters degrees from NYU's Center for Data Science and Johns Hopkins' School for Advanced International Studies and undergraduate degrees in Economics and Urban Studies from UPenn. CFA Charterholder.
My work at StreetEasy uses econometrics and data science to better understand the New York City real estate market and its interactions with the local, national, and global economies. I produce frequent analysis on economics, real estate, and personal finance for New Yorkers. As StreetEasy’s spokesperson and commentator on market trends, my analysis has been quoted in The Economist, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, CNBC.com, Forbes, Vox, Business Insider, Architectural Digest, New York Observer, and Curbed, and I have appeared on CBSN, Fox5NY, and NY1.
Over the course of more than six years with the Federal Reserve, I covered U.S. monetary policy, emerging market financial policy, and the U.S. international investment position. My work on evaluating and contextualizing monetary policy options was featured on the New York Fed's Liberty Street Economics blog. During my time with the Federal Reserve, I visited and collaborated on economic policy initiatives in Switzerland, the U.K., Brazil, Russia, Turkey, and Hungary.
With Capital One, I helped lead efforts to better understand customer data, including spending patterns and merchant trends. Working on the Capital One's interaction intelligence platform, I designed and developed algorithms to match consumer transaction data to merchants in the real world. My team's work can be found in the Capital One Mobile app and on Capital One's DevExchange.