I received my PhD from Stanford University. I am an economist with interests in energy and environmental economics, industrial organization, behavioral economics, and field experiments. My research focused on investigating different policy tools used to manage energy demand, with a particular emphasis on non-price instruments. My current work focuses on the design and evaluation of energy efficiency policies and the role of digitization. I am particularly interested in research projects where data, technologies, behaviors, and energy policies all come into play. Prior to joining GEM, I worked at ETH Zürich, the University of Maryland (AREC), Resources for the Future, and Natural Resources Canada.