Economist from Los Andes University. He has worked as a research assistant at the CEDE (Center for Studies on Economic Development) and the School of Government of the same university, as well as a complementary professor of Econometrics 1, Big Data, Game Theory and Theory of the Consumer and the Firm. He currently teaches as a complementary professor at the Universidad de los Andes the Advanced Econometrics class aimed at undergraduate, master's and doctoral students. During his time as a research assistant at the Universidad de los Andes, he specialized in early childhood programs, crime and education, as well as issues related to the COVID-19 pandemic. Right now, as a junior investigator for Quantil, he works on crime and domestic violence issues, as well as economic development issues.