I am originally from San Jose, California. I obtained my B.S. in psychology from San Jose State University in 2011 and my Ph. D. in quantitative psychology from the University of California, Merced in 2018, working with my advisor, Dr. Jack L. Vevea.

As of Fall 2021, I am a lecturer in the Department of Statistics and Applied Probability (PSTAT) at the University of California, Santa Barbara. My office is in South Hall Room 5524, Santa Barbara, CA, 93106.

I have considerable experience both using and teaching R and have published an R package; see weightr (Coburn & Vevea, 2015) and the corresponding Shiny application.

I am passionate about pedagogy and have over 9 years of teaching experience; for more information, see the related page.

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