I am a doctoral candidate in politics at Oxford (Wolfson College.) I am broadly interested in evidence-based policymaking, with a specific focus on the use of evidence and research in the legislative process. Prior to beginning my PhD, I worked at the Office of Quartet in Jerusalem, where I worked with the Head of Mission and Deputy Head of Mission, writing speeches and Quartet reports and documents. I have also worked in research at think tanks, on the Energy and National Security team at the Council on Foreign Relations and at the Center for Applied Negotiations at the Institute for National Security Studies. My commentary has been published in Haaretz, Jerusalem Post, and Global Environmental Politics. I hold a BA from Stanford University in International Relations with a focus on the Middle East, and a MPA from Columbia University School of International and Public Affairs.