About

I am a faculty member in the Department of Sociology and Department of Psychology at Temple University. I am primarily a sociologist of education, studying how upper-middle-class families exploit resource inequalities between schools to provide educational advantages for their children, as well as how school racial segregation matters for children outside of the traditional black-white dichotomy (namely Hispanic children and multiracial children).

I also teach graduate-level statistical methods in the Psychology department.

I am currently on leave from Temple University, and working as Senior Quantitative Research Analyst at the University of Chicago Consortium on Chicago School Research.