Alyssa Huberts is a fourth year PhD student in the Government department. She works on political economy, international development, public goods, and civil society/social movements. She has been a TF for Gov 20 (Intro to Comparative Politics), US-Mexico Relations, and Gov 50 (Data). She's excited about the possibility of advising theses on Latin America or the US, and especially about advising students who want to use both qualitative and quantitative evidence. For students who haven't done quantitative projects before, she's happy to help them with how to get started.