I am an applied microeconomist with research interests in education and family economics. Currently, I serve as a Postdoctoral Fellow in Economics at UniTo (PI: Maria Laura Di Tommaso) and I am an affiliated researcher at KU Leuven.

I obtained my Ph.D. in Economics at KU Leuven  as a member of the LEER research group (supervisors:  Kristof De Witte and  Deni Mazrekaj). In my Ph.D. thesis, I examined the role of heterogeneous family compositions (e.g. same-sex families, divorced families) in driving children's outcomes.  During my PhD, I visited Oxford University (host: Christiaan Monden).