I am an Economist and a Senior Research Associate at the Texas Census Institute. My current research relies on estimating the Texas census undercount and its economic impact on demographic groups and regions.
Over my career, my work has focused on applying economic theory in academic and government settings. Before joining the institute, I served as a Lecturer at the Bush School of Government & Public Service at Texas A&M University.
In Mexico, I worked on evaluating public and budget programs, constructing economic development plans, designing competitiveness public agendas, creating indexes, and identifying strategic economic sectors. I have taught several undergraduate and graduate courses at Universidad del Valle de Mexico and the EGADE Business School.
Ph.D., Public Policy, The University of Texas at Austin, 2023
M.Sc., Economics, The University of Texas at Austin, 2019
M.A., Economy and Public Policy, ITESM, 2014
B.A., Economics, UANL, 2012
Additional Academic Training
Professional Certificate, Data Science, Harvard University, Expected 2023
Summer School, Socioeconomic Inequality, University of Chicago / New Economic School, 2021
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