I joined the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City after receiving my BS degree in mathematics from the University of Kansas. Since joining the Kansas City Fed, I have had the honor to work with Jason Brown and Francisco Scott in their research. Currently, I am working on projects looking at the changes in trends in migration among urban areas in the United States as well as projects on transitions occurring in the energy sector. Recently, I have moved into a formal leadership role within the department, supervising new RAs and working on the development of RAs.

Economic Review Articles

Research Working Papers

Economic Bulletin

Technical Briefings

Federal Reserve District County Shapefiles
TB 19-01, April 2019