I am a postdoctoral research scholar in the Morrison School of Agribusiness at Arizona State University. My research focuses primarily on topics related to U.S. immigration, farm labor, and agri-food economics. My current research efforts are focused on understanding the implications of the declining supply of farmworkers and exploring solutions to the problem. I have served as a consultant to the Hoover Institution, the World Bank Group, Migration Dialogue, the National Council of Agricultural Employers, and the California Agricultural Labor Relations Board. I have also engaged in collaborative outreach efforts with the California Farm Bureau Federation, the CATO Institute, the Economic Policy Institute, the Brookings Institution, and the UC Davis Global Migration Center, where I served two years as a student administrative coordinator conducting a quarterly call for papers for graduate students to present interdisciplinary research related to international migration. If you would like to learn more about me or my research, please explore the other pages on this website by clicking the tabs at the top of your screen. Underlined text written in red indicates that there is a link to a document or web page.