I am the Principal at Cambrio, leading prototyping and benchmarking efforts. At Cambrio, we bring powerful dataflow automation to problems where big, contextual, task-aligned datasets are a key enabler for analysis and tech capabilities. We work with industries such as geospatial, healthcare, and life sciences, where the amount of raw and unprocessed data is beyond the capability of a domain expert to analyze, connect across dimensions, and act on the results.
Previously, I was an assistant professor of Economics at Gettysburg College. My research focuses on the macroeconomic labor market, including the role of macroeconomic uncertainty on job creation and the reconciliation of the observed labor volatility with the search-and-matching model of unemployment. In addition, I have also examined how labor-replacing machines, or robots, may impact the economy at a business cycle frequency and how they may alter the conduct of monetary policy.
- Ph.D. | Economics | Northwestern University, 2012
- B.S. | with Honors and Distinction | Economics, Mathematics, and Statistics | Iowa State University, 2003
Phi Beta Kappa
Honors and Awards
- The Luther W. and Bernice L. Thompson Distinguished Teaching Award | Gettysburg College, 2019 | The award “recognizes a faculty member who has come to Gettysburg within the past several years and whose teaching is recognized as outstanding by faculty colleagues.”
- Outstanding Graduate Student Teaching Award | Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences, Northwestern University, 2007
- Distinguished Teaching Assistant Award | Department of Economics, Northwestern University, 2004 to 2009 | Five-time recipient
- Edward Allen Award in Mathematical Disciplines of Phi Beta Kappa | Iowa State University, 2002
- The Starr Foundation Scholarship | 2000 to 2003 | $45,000 total award