I'm the Director of Quantitative Research for the Los Angeles Dodgers. Prior to working in baseball, I was a Moore-Sloan Data Science Fellow at New York University. In 2015, I completed a PhD in Statistics at Harvard University. My work focuses on spatiotemporal data and hierarchical models, with particular application to sports analytics and player tracking data. Previously, I interned as a statistician with the Quantitative Marketing group at Google and worked as a research assistant at the UChicago Booth School of Business. As an undergraduate, I studied Math and Statistics at the University of Chicago.