I am a Doctoral Candidate at Harvard University, in an interdisciplinary program between Harvard Business School's Organizational Behavior unit and Harvard's Social Psychology department. Broadly speaking, my research centers upon identity, status and careers. Feel free to explore more of my website to learn about my research interests. Here is a bit more about me!
I hail from Chicago originally, where I grew up exposed to people from a range of socioeconomic backgrounds, races, and household arrangments. Raised in this diverse environment, I became fascinated by topics such as identity, intergroup differences and interactions, and why people from some groups succeed and others struggle. I have been thrilled to explore these topics thus far in my doctoral program.
Outside of research, I enjoy playing all sorts of sports and games, planning social activities, and spending time with loved ones.