Sandy is a Ph.D. candidate in economics and environmental science at the Bren School. She is passionate about combining novel datasets and econometric tools to study the health and equity impacts of water scarcity and pollution induced by climate change. At emLab, she works with Tamma Carleton proposing and evaluating bias correction methods for models utilizing satellite-derived data. Sandy holds an M.A. in Economics from UCSB and a B.A. in Economics from the National University of Singapore. When she is not at work, Sandy can be found playing in the wild spaces that California has to offer; scaling up a rock face in the Sierra, surfing at Devereux beach, or cooking with friends at a campsite.