I hold a BA in International Studies and a BSc in Economics from the Huntsman Program at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, and an MPhil in Economics with distinction from the University of Oxford. I am currently writing a doctoral thesis in Economics at St Edmund Hall, Oxford, supported by a grant from the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC). My research focuses on the recent trends in employee compensation in the UK and the factors that determine labour’s share of the aggregate income of the economy. Prior to postgraduate study, I spent 11 years as an Analyst, Associate and Executive Director at Goldman Sachs and Barclays in New York and London, in a variety of risk management, ratings advisory, treasury and regulatory roles.
As College Lecturer in Economics at Regent’s, I am responsible for Economics students’ academic needs. At the undergraduate level, I teach core first- and second-year economics courses. I also arrange and oversee the teaching of economics and mathematics to Visiting Students.