About me

I am an Assistant Professor at Washington & Jefferson College in Washington, PA. My research interests are in representation theory and combinatorics. I received my doctoral degree from the University of Oregon in 2016. My advisor was Alexander Kleshchev.

I was previously at the Mathematical Sciences Research Institute for the Spring 2018 program Group Representation Theory and Applications, on an Uhlenbeck postdoctoral fellowship.

I recently co-organized (with Nick Davidson and Jonathan Kujawa of the University of Oklahoma) the Special Session on Combinatorial and Categorical Aspects of Representation Theory at the Fall AMS Sectional Meeting at San Francisco State University. (More information and talk slides)