I am a PhD candidate in Agricultural and Resource Economics at UC Berkeley and a Doctoral Fellow in the Global Policy Laboratory, advised by Joseph Shapiro and Solomon Hsiang. I am an environmental economist with interests in climate change impacts, environmental regulation, and quantitative social science applications of machine learning and remote sensing. Prior to graduate school, I was a Pre-Doctoral Fellow at the Energy Policy Institute at UChicago, where I worked in the Climate Impact Lab. Before that, my undergraduate studies were in economics and Arabic, also at UC Berkeley. To learn more about my work, please view my CV.