Professional Experience

Second Year PhD Student at Ohio State University


Transfer Pricing Senior Associate - Economic & Valuation Services

January 2019 - May 2022

Provided economic and tax consulting through the creation of financial models, value chain analyses, and technical reports for 20+ clients.

Functioned as lead associate in national projects to identify tax payers’ risk exposure resulting from the recently published OECD Guidance on Financial Transfer Pricing Transactions.

Assisted automation efforts on national technology team by creating Python and Alteryx solutions to save internal clients +400 hours of annual iterative work.

Served as the representative for the transfer pricing team on the EVS Leadership Council. Through this capacity, I collaborate with representatives from other service lines and EVS leadership to identify and implement opportunities to improve the culture and operational efficiencies of the EVS practice.

Assisted P.hD. economists in preparing research papers analyzing the impacts of the OECD's release of the Base Erosion Profit Shifting ("BEPS") guideance. Our current project uses traditional game theory models to predict the long-term impact of rising tax inquiries by tax authorities.

Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland

Statistics and Analysis Intern

May 2019 - December 2019

Assisted the Supervision, Credit Risk, and Statistics Department with statistical analysis of three supervisory reports for 40+ financial institutions.

Communicated with regional bank executives and board members to coordinate submissions and revisions of financial reports.

Participated on a bank examination team that conducts in-depth financial analysis of bank statements to determine the safety and soundness of the institution.

Collaborated on Intern Innovation Project to increase efficiency in software acquisition.

John Carroll University

Research Assistant and Economics Tutor

January 2017 - December 2018

Conducted literature review, econometric modeling, and revisions of early drafts for multiple working papers written by professors in the Economics Department.

Provided bi-weekly tutor sessions for introductory, intermediate, and advanced economics and statistics courses.