I’m a data analyst at Adaptive Biotechnologies and data director for Shaun Scott’s city council campaign in Seattle. I graduated with honors from Stanford University in 2018 and was deputy data director for the Nevada State Democratic Party when we flipped the Silver State blue last fall. I’m interested in the politics of climate justice, urbanism, voting rights, and more, and I’m always looking to apply my data skills to help advance progressive causes and better understand issues of injustice in America.
B.A. in Political Science (minors in Statistics and History, Honors in Democracy, Development, and the Rule of Law), 2018
The People for Shaun Scott (Seattle, WA)
Data Director, May 2019 -
Provide analytical support to the campaign’s organizing and fundraising efforts using Votebuilder, Google Data Studio, and R. Primary responsibilities include precinct targeting, Votebuilder administration, and field analysis/organization.
Fighting for a Seattle Green New Deal, progressively funded investments in public housing and mass transit, and anti-carceral approaches to helping the most vulnerable members of our community.
Adaptive Biotechnologies (Seattle, WA)
Data Analyst, November 2018 -
Provide business intelligence and analysis to stakeholders across the company by managing and designing reporting dashboards, developing KPIs, and helping to ensure the integrity of the data warehouse and data mart using Tableau, SQL, and R.
Facilitate use of business data across the company by managing JIRA support requests in an agile development environment and providing user education and training, including office hours for Tableau users.
Nevada State Democratic Party (Las Vegas, NV)
Deputy Data Director, August 2018 - November 2018
Used SQL and Google Data Studio to build dashboards that informed daily resource allocation and field operations for the top Democratic Senate campaign of 2018.
Regularly performed predictive model assessment, geospatial analysis of voting targets, and other ad hoc analyses in R to inform big picture get-out-the-vote and voter protection strategies.
National Endowment for Democracy (Washington, D.C.)
Stanford Fellow, July 2017 - September 2017
Taoyuan City Government, Department of Education (Taoyuan, Taiwan)
Data analysis intern, June 2016 - August 2016
Stanford University (Stanford, California)
Research assistant, January 2018 - May 2018
Course assistant, June 2017 - March 2018
Bridge peer counselor, April 2017 - June 2018