I am currently an analyst at Long Term Strategy Group, a strategic affairs research firm. My main research interests include Chinese and Indian foreign policy. My work has been printed in the Wall Street Journal, among other publications.
I was formerly an analyst at Rock Creek Global Advisors, an international economic advisory firm (2012). From 2011-2012, I was a Fulbright Fellow in Yunnan, China researching Sino-Indian relations. Previously, I worked with the Chairwoman of the New Jersey Homeland Security Committee to design cybersecurity legislation (2011). I have participated in two Summer Studies sponsored by the Office of the Secretary of Defense at the US Naval War College (2010, 2011). I was also a Yale Law School Arthur Liman Fellow at the US Department of State (2010), where I was an intern working on China-related matters.
I graduated from Princeton University (Phi Beta Kappa, summa cum laude), majoring in the Woodrow Wilson School and minoring in East Asian Studies (2011). My thesis analyzed the way China used international institutions to advance its security interests and won the Myron T. Herrick Prize for the best Woodrow Wilson School thesis. In college, I was Editor-in-Chief of Princeton’s American Foreign Policy magazine and, along with my debate partner, ranked as one of the top ten debate teams at the US National Championships. I am proficient in Mandarin Chinese and Hindi.