Justine is an MPA student studying economics and public policy at the School of Public and International Affairs. After earning her B.A. in Cognitive Science and Political Economy from U.C. Berkeley, Justine worked as a behavioral science and social policy researcher at MDRC, a non-profit social policy research firm. At MDRC, she evaluated large-scale government and non-profit programs using randomized controlled trials and provided technical assistance to federal, state, and local government agencies and non-profit organizations. Prior to Princeton, she worked as an aide to the Deputy Chief of Staff for Policy at the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services and analyzed legislation and regulations for private sector clients as a manager at the McManus Group in Washington, D.C.
Justine's interests include health policy and regulation, industrial organization of health care markets, behavioral economics, and public economics. She looks forward to broadening her understanding of macroeconomics and financial markets as a Graduate Associate.