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I am currently a graduate student at the University of Minnesota – Twin Cities pursuing a PhD in Educational Psychology with a Statistics Education concentration.

I am also an adjunct instructor at the George Washington University, where I teach online courses in statistics and biostatistics to students in the health sciences.

Prior to my matriculation, I worked for the federal government as a Statistician, spending the first half of my career at the US Census Bureau, and the latter half in the Department of Health and Human Services.

Important values that guide my work are φιλοσοφία (philosophy), a love of wisdom and learning, and φιλανθρωπία (philanthropy), an appreciation of every individual. These manifest in my belief that statistics is an important tool to help us learn, that anyone can do statistics, and that collaboration is essential in all aspects of life, including research and teaching.