I will graduate from Central Washington University on 8 June 2019 with a B. S. in Individual Studies: Economic Modeling. This is a hybrid degree that combines economics and economic analysis from the College of Business with calculus, statistical theory and applied statistics from the College of the Sciences, creating a curriculum that delves deeper in the mathematical foundation of statistics than a typical degree in economics would go. Supporting classes included accounting and financial mathematics. My GPA is currently 3.44.

As a student at CWU, undertook a senior research project through the William O. Douglas Honors College, titled “Ample Provision: A Preliminary Study Relating Budget Composition and High School Graduation Rates in Select Washington State Public School Districts.” I presented my findings on 16 May at CWU’s annual Symposium of University Research and Creative Expression (SOURCE.) A link to this paper is in the sidebar.

My goal is to find employment with Washington State as a statistician or economic analyst. I am open to other employment opportunities, with a strong preference for remaining in Washington.