I am an assistant professor of Political Science at San Francisco State University. I received my Ph.D. in Government from the University of Texas at Austin, where I was a Graduate Research Fellow and the former Project Manager of the U.S. Policy Agendas Project, a member of the Comparative Agendas Project network.
My areas of specialization include public policy and American politics with an emphasis on agenda-setting, the presidency, and information processing. My previous research has been published in Policy Studies Journal.
My current work, “Prioritizer-in-Chief: The Role of the President in the Policy Process from Reagan to Obama,” examines what policy areas and strategies presidents use to make policy and considers how presidents make trade-0ffs in attention and strategy.
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