I am a sociologist of religion and education. I am curious how people’s gender, ethnicity, race, social class, and religious upbringing shapes their life course.
My current book will be out in January 2021 and is available for pre-order.
I am currently the education fellow at the Stanford Center on Longevity. In fall 2021, I will join Tulane's Grant Center for the American Jewish Experience as an Assistant Professor and the Fields-Rayant Chair of Contemporary Jewish Life.
I earned my PhD in Sociology of Education & Jewish Studies from Stanford University. I also earned a Masters in International Education Development from Columbia University’s Teachers College, and a Bachelors in Business Administration from Emory University.
I am a former Institute for Education Sciences fellow and Wexner/Davidson fellow, and I worked for several years as a management consultant and program evaluator.