I am an instructional assistant professor at the Bush School DC of Texas A&M University, where I teach Master's level courses in international political economy and East Asian security. My research primarily centers on mechanisms governing international business interactions and strategies to manage political risk. Beyond this, I also delve into the realm of East Asian security, examining how individuals respond to and influence security challenges in the region.
I received my PhD in Political Science from the University of Rochester (2022). I obtained my MA degree in Political Science and MS degree in Economics from Purdue University (2017), and graduated from Konkuk University, Seoul, Korea with a BA degree in Political Science (2012).