I’m FiveThirtyEight’s quantitative editor. If you see misspecified models or misleading causal claims, blame me. (Neal, my email is at the bottom of this website.)
More generally, I’m a data scientist with an interest in causal inference, political science and quantitative text analysis. Before FiveThirtyEight, I was a Senior Analyst at the Analyst Institute, designing and analyzing field experiments for the 2018 election cycle.
In September 2018, I completed a PhD in Political Science at the London School of Economics' Department of Government. I visited the Institute for Quantitative Social Sciences at Harvard University in the spring of 2015 and NYU's Department of Politics in the fall of the same year. I was previously at Nuffield College, University of Oxford, for an MPhil in Politics (Comparative Government), and St Hilda's College in Oxford for a BA in History and Politics.
You can download my CV here.