Recent Honors and Awards
  • Most junior scholar ever to be chosen as a reviewer for APSR (2019).
  • Cum laude latin honors from Duke University (2016).
  • Alona E. Evans Prize for Excellence in International Law (2016).
  • Distinction (Departmental Honors) in Political Science (2016)
  • Duke University Undergraduate Research Grant (2015).
  • Pi Sigma Alpha (National Political Science Honor Society) (2015).
  • McNair Scholars Program and National Name Exchange (2015, 2016).
  • Trinity College of Arts and Sciences Dean’s List (2012, 2013, 2014, 2015).

  • Other Relevant Skills
  • Strong working knowledge of surveys, quantitative and qualitative research methodology.
  • Training and Certification in the Responsible Conduct of Research (Duke University & Princeton University).
  • Training and Certification in the Conduct of Research with Human Subjects (Duke University).
  • Extensive experience using statistical software for data analysis (STATA and R).
  • Excellent database management and data visualization skills.
  • Advanced computer and internet skills, including with IBM Lotus Notes and WordPress.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office applications (MS Word, MS PowerPoint, MS Excel, MS Outlook).

  • Languages
  • Spanish (native; spoken at home).
  • English (native; language of education).
  • French (fluent; DALF C1 qualification).
  • Latin (fluent; GCSE qualification with grade A+).