A versatile transportation analyst with experience in academic research, public agencies, and private practice. Interested in travel demand modeling, emerging data, open analysis, sustainability, and spatial econometrics.
BS with University Honors, Civil Engineering
Ph.D., Civil Engineering; MS, Economics
Research Scientist I
Developing a curriculum to teach sustainable transportation engineering and analysis. Also teaching CEE 6622: Travel Demand Analysis at the Georgia Institute of Technology.
Jan to Jun 2014
Strategic Planning Intern
Optimized future-year bus and rail operations plans by applying the Wasatch Front travel demand model under Christopher Chesnut and Mick Crandall.
May 2009 to Jun 2010
Traffic Engineering Intern
Analyzed local traffic operations patterns and deficiencies under Ryan Hales, while creating traffic impact studies for developments including office towers, residential neighborhoods, and a Major League Soccer Stadium.
Jul 2008 to May 2009
Served as volunteer cleric and general religious worker in Singapore, Malaysia, and Sri Lanka. From 12.2005 served as assistant to President Gary Lee Larkins, with responsibility to super- vise and train over one hundred missionaries stationed from Pakistan to Borneo.
Jun 2004 to Jun 2006