I am a second year doctoral student at CERDI, Université Clermont Auvergne, working on the topic of the efficiency of payments for environmental services.
I graduated as valedictorian of the M2 ERNA at TSE in 2018, and served as class delegate and co-deputy editor of the TSEconomist. I did my M2 internship at ACTeon Environment in Colmar, France, where I conducted a cost-benefit analysis of ecosystem-based management in the Danube River Basin as part of the EU AQUACROSS project.
I obtained my bachelor's degree with magna cum laude honors from Western Washington University in December 2014. I completed a double major in Economics/Environmental Studies and French, as well as the Honors Program. After graduating I lived in a suburb of Paris, France, where I taught English to middle school students in a priority education zone and improved my French language skills.
I am interested in environmental policy, particularly regarding biodiversity and ecosystem services, and working in an international setting.
Anglais - Langue maternelle
Français - Courant