Savannah is a research affiliate assisting Professor Elizabeth Setren. She graduated from Georgetown University in 2016 with a degree in International Economics and the London School of Economics in 2020 with a MSc in Economics. Prior to joining the NBER and Blueprint Labs, Savannah worked as a Research Analyst for Cornerstone Research, an economic litigation consulting firm, and at the Centre for Economic Performance, an economic research centre at the LSE. At Blueprint Labs, she is involved in evaluating the impact of an education desegregation busing program on students’ academic, behavioral, college, and long-term outcomes, and further analyzing how these effects vary by student demographics. Savannah’s main research interests are in applied microeconomics, labor, education, and crime economics and how they relate to reducing inequality.