Career Highlights

As a World Bank officer and former congressional staff, I work across international development, finance and politics.

2009 - Graduated College at 19
Awarded a full-merit scholarship. Thesis awarded grant funding and magna cum laude.
2010 - Began Career at the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee under Chm. John Kerry
Served as an administrative specialist during the Arab Spring.
2011 - Served as Senior Advisor to U.S. Congressman for Silicon Valley
Worked for five years for Congressman Mike Honda of Silicon Valley, developing a legislative and appropriations portfolio.
2017 - Serve as a Finance Officer at The World Bank
Working for the World Bank Treasury to support investor relations, asset management and advisory, and to explain the power of capital markets. 

Education & Certifications

  • Network Fellowship Harvard University, Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics

    Produced an original ethics project focused on congressional ethics. 

  • Master of Public Policy Georgetown University

    Admitted at age 20, youngest in cohort. Master's thesis on political efficacy and campaign finance. 

  • Certificate of Political Psychology Stanford University

    Studied interdisciplinary field at the nexus of communications and psychology.

  • Bachelor of Arts, Philosophy & Political Science University of Florida

    Graduated as first-generation college student with a full-merit scholarship. 




Years in Politics & Policy 


Years as Congressional Staff


Years at The World Bank


Years as a Communicator

Skills & Training

Here's a selection of my professional experiences and training.

Politics & Policy

  • Policy Formulation
  • Advice & Planning
  • Writing and Communications
  • Management & Budget

International Affairs & Ethics

  • Politics
  • Ethics
  • International Development
  • Capital Markets & Finance