I joined the Kansas City Fed after graduating from Trinity University with BA degrees in economics, mathematics, and art history and a minor in medieval and renaissance studies. At the bank, I support Johannes Matschke and Peter McAdam with their research and policy work regarding international macroeconomics, differences in consumption patterns, and financial frictions. Working on these projects provides me with the chance to work with important datasets and assist in relevant research. Additionally, through my collaborations with the economists I am able to strengthen my own knowledge and research capabilities, providing me with valuable skills that will prepare me for future plans. Furthermore, even during a remote work environment, the opportunity to attend presentations by the research staff has proven to be a great resource for further learning and exposure to economic ideas that allow me to explore and develop my own interests.

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