Teaching Assistant at Princeton University

ECO 342, Money & Banking, with Professor Markus Brunnermeier, Fall 2017, a course targeted at undergraduate juniors

ECO 464 / FIN 519, Corporate Restructuring, with Professor O. Griffith Sexton, Fall 2017, 2018, and 2019, a course targeted at undergraduate seniors and master of finance students that covers advanced corporate finance

Advisor for Undergraduate Research at Princeton University

Princeton University, Junior Independent Work, with Professors Will Dobbie, Christopher Neilson, Adrien Matray, and Jonathan Payne, 2017 to present

Each academic year, I advise a group of 10 juniors on their first research project. I am especially proud of my students who won prizes for their junior papers, including

  • Karthik Ramesh, "Parts of a Whole: Exploring Reshoring and Stickiness in the Apparel and Automobile Industries following the Trump Tariffs," 2021

  • Devin Sun, "The Effect of Uber’s Entrance on Wages for Low-Skilled Occupations across the United States," 2020

  • Sean C. Howe, "Please Keep off the Grass: Effects of Marijuana Legalization on Employment Outcomes in the U.S.," 2019

  • Isabella Haegg, "The Impact of Politécnicos on Students’ Educational Outcomes in the Dominican Republic," 2019

who were selected to the Griswold Center for Economic Policy Studies Junior Independent Work Research Forum.

Other Teaching

Undergraduate Teaching Assistant, University of Bonn, Corporate Finance, with Professor Hendrik Hakenes, Spring 2013

High School Teacher, German Red Cross, Computer Science, Ghana, Fall 2011