Teaching

Teaching Assistant
  • Econometrics II (PPPA 8022), George Washington University, Fall 2014 (J. Smith)
  • Econometrics II (PPPA 6022), George Washington University, Spring 2014 (L. Brooks)
  • Econometrics II (PPPA 6022), George Washington University, Fall 2013 (J. Smith)
  • Career Perspectives (BUS x220), Indiana University, Spring 2007 (C. Rex)
Lectures
  • Does evidence matter in the U.S.? (Oct. 3, 2017), Cornell University
  • The promise of evidence-based policymaking in the U.S. (Sept. 26, 2017), George Washington University
  • Valuing for Evaluation and Evidence in Government (Apr. 22, 2017), University of Baltimore, Seminar in Program and Policy Evaluation (PUAD 817)
  • Probability Models and Matching (Oct. 15, 2014), George Washington University, Econometrics II (PPPA 8022) 
  • Politics of the Executive Budget Process (Jan. 28, 2014), College of William and Mary, Lawmaking and Congress course
  • Matrix Notation and Stata Basics (Sept. 4, 2013), George Washington University, Econometrics II (PPPA 6022) 
  • Policy and Politics of the Budget Process (Jan. 2013), College of William and Mary, Lawmaking and Congress course 
Workshops and Training Sessions
  • Data Visualization:  Effectively Using Charts and Graphics to Support Decision-Making (2014-2016).  Eight 2-hour workshops for staff professionals at the U.S. Office of Management and Budget (OMB). 
  • Advanced Excel skills for OMB Examiners and Analysts (2013-2016).  Eight 2-hour sessions for staff professionals at the U.S. Office of Management and Budget (OMB).
  • Working with PivotTables:  When and How to Use Them for Rapid Analysis (2015). Two 2-hour workshops for staff professionals at the U.S. Office of Management and Budget (OMB).
  • Advanced Excel skills for Indiana Department of Workforce Development analysts (2008).  Two 8 hour-long, dual instructor sessions for professional DWD staff.