Courses taught

  • The Art and Practice of Teaching Statistics (Stat 303) - Fall 2018 with Xiao-Li Meng and Tracy Ke

  • Junior Tutorial (Stat 98) - Spring 2018

  • Intro to Statistical Modeling (Stat 109) - Spring 2018

  • Causal Inference and Program Evaluation (graduate level) (Stat 286) - Fall 2017 with Fabrizia Mealli

  • Statistical Sleuthing through Linear Models (Stat 139) - Spring 2017/Fall 2015

  • Statistical Inference (graduate level) (Stat 211) - Fall 2016 with Tirthankar Dasgupta

  • Statistical Methods for Evaluating Causal Effects (Stat 186) - Spring 2016 with Donald B. Rubin

honors & Distinctions

  • I currently serve as a departmental Pedagogy Fellow at the Derek Bok Center for Teaching and Learning. In this role, I directly manage all teaching fellows within the statistics department and help to develop and facilitate programs that promote pedagogical development for students and faculty.

  • I have received the certificate of distinction in teaching from the Bok Center, awarded to teaching fellows that receive average review scores of 4.5/5 or higher, for every course I have taught during my time at Harvard.


  • I have been actively involved with the Harvard Women in Science and Engineering Mentorship program, which pairs Ph.D. students with undergraduates in related fields, for several years.

  • During my time as an undergraduate at USC, I established the USC Applied Statistics Club (ASC) and served as President for 2 years. Today, ASC continues to be one of the largest and most impactful student-run organizations on campus.