I am broadly interested in the spatialization of inequality within the U.S-Mexico borderlands, especially as it pertains to patterns of urbanization. My undergraduate research at the University of Arizona examined housing inequality in Tucson’s manufactured housing communities and historically Mexican neighborhoods.
After graduation, I worked for a year as a Junior Fellow at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, contributing to research on the growth of political violence, police politicization, and far-right movements in the United States.
Outside of academia, I love spending time outdoors, making art, and cooking for the people around me.
2021, B.A., Political Science, University of Arizona
2021, B.S., Urban and Regional Development, University of Arizona