I am an applied microeconomist with a specialization in environmental and natural resource economics. My secondary fields of concentration are in sustainable development and public economics. Primarily, my research works and interest revolve around broader environmental and natural resource economics topics. My current works concentrate on a variety of aspects in sustainable energy transition, water resources management, food security, climate change resilient policies and economic policies. My research also covers the topics of public health and sustainable development in connection with environmental and economic shocks.
- New Mexico EPSCoR (Social/Science Nexus)
- Divining Rod Newsletter (Vol. XXXVII, No. 2, 2014): UNM economists model a dairy farm to find the best approach for managing waste; EPSCoR program develops modeling tools for evaluating energy development
- Albuquerque Journal: The heart of gender justice in New Mexico
- The Green Fire Times: What does it mean to work for gender justice in New Mexico?
- Western Forest Economist
- From the 2016 Super Short Film Festival-Social and Natural Science Nexus Team, NM EPSCoR
- NM EPSCoR- Energize New Mexico documentary created for the National Science Foundation