I am the Director of Policy Research at Lime, where I conduct and manage research to better understand micromobility. Examples of work I have led and contributed to include Lime's 2018 End-of-Year Report as well as surveys and data analyses like this white paper on COVID risks on shared mobility modes and this report on public perceptions about COVID and micromobility.
I earned my PhD in Transportation Technology & Policy at UC Davis, where I gained experience designing surveys and other data collection methods as well as expertise in specifying customized statistical models. As a travel behavior researcher, I specialize in the study of bicyclist behavior and safety; the development of travel skills and attitudes; and parking behavior. I am fluent in the R and stan programming languages.
This website is focused on my academic work, mostly conducted at UC Davis, working with Prof. Susan Handy, and then for a year at Arizona State University, working with Prof. Trisalyn Nelson.