I am currently a doctoral candidate in the University of Kentucky's Department of Political Science. My research focus is International Relations, specifically the impact banking secrecy and increased capital mobility have had since the end of the Cold War on the abilities of transnational violent non-state actors such as terrorist groups and organized crime syndicates to reduce state stability.
Prior to joining the University of Kentucky, I received a Bachelors of Arts degree from The University of Chicago and a Masters of Arts from Duke University's Sanford School of Public Policy. I was also an adjunct professor at the University of Cincinnati's Department of Political Science and a lecturer at the Advanced Technical Intelligence Center for Human Capital Development. I was most recently a Visiting Instructor of Politics at Centre College during the Fall of 2016.
My current CV can be found here.