I am a data scientist with a diverse background in economics and finance. I studied my Bachelor’s degree in Economics at the Instituto Tecnologico Autonomo de Mexico and completed a Master’s degree in Data Science at Stanford University. For over three years, I performed as a corporate credit analyst at J.P. Morgan covering Mexican financial institutions, government entities and corporates. I also worked as a Research Associate at Innovations for Poverty Action’s Mexico City office, using data science to understand the relationship between violence and the consumption of entertainment goods in Mexico.
I’m currently a Research Fellow (Computational Science) at Stanford’s Regulation, Evaluation and Governance Lab doing work on measuring bias in word embeddings and applying computer vision tools to satellite imagery in urban spaces. My interests include data science for social good, computer vision, natural language processing and macroeconomics.