I am an economist with an interest in using theory and econometrics to explore discrimination. Much of my work has focused on current and historical labor markets, though my interests have expanded to include subjects related to household finance as well. My current research focuses on empirically testing traditional models of discrimination and applying search models to discrimination, with an eye on evaluating how policy can best be targeted to reduce discrimination in labor and financial markets. I am currently a Senior Economist in the Office of Research at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Prior to joining the CFPB I held Assistant Professor positions at Bryn Mawr College and Albion College.