I am an Advanced Research Fellow and Data Scientist at Imperial College Business School, an academic fellow of the Data Science Institute, a co-champion of the Transition to Zero Pollution initiative, and an associate editor to Humanities and Social Science Communications. My research lies at the intersection of environmental science, social science and data science. It primarily focuses on understanding what corporations do to lower their environmental impact and how they can change their management practices to contribute to sustainable development. Broadly speaking, the main objective of my research is to use data, statistics and causal reasoning to help facilitate the transition toward a sustainable economy.

I received a Ph.D. from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology working on applied statistics in population dynamics. Before joining Imperial College I was a postdoctoral research associate at DCI, an independent asset management firm now part of Blackstone Credit. At DCI I worked on fundamental research in empirical finance.