Hernan Valles is an Analyst at Intensity specializing in economic research and data analysis. He has conducted research on the financial performance of Special Purpose Acquisition Companies (SPACs) utilizing a Cournot competition model. In addition, Mr. Valles constructed an econometric model to determine the effects of minimum wage increases on undocumented workers across the United States.
Mr. Valles has further experience in the legal realm from his work as a paralegal, where he strategized on immigration cases for asylum seekers. He has drafted and translated legal documents and recorded critical information for cases.
Prior to Intensity, Mr. Valles served as a founding member of the Princeton Spanish Debate Society, one of the first foreign language debate panels in the Ivy League. As treasurer, Mr. Valles oversaw the financial development of the organization.
Mr. Valles earned his B.A. in Economics at Princeton University and holds a certificate in Finance. He is fluent in Spanish.