Hi there! I am a social psychology graduate student interested in using behavioral science for positive social change. In my current graduate training at Cornell University, I study the relationship between high-level social inequalities and individual behavior. Specifically, I am interested in how inequality shapes the decisions we make, and in turn, how decisions can be leveraged to reduce social inequalities.
Prior to starting graduate school, I worked at the Center for Advanced Hindsight at Duke University to develop and test behavioral interventions to promote the financial well-being of people in low- to moderate-income households. I received a B.A. in Psychology & Neuroscience from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2016, where I conducted research on social experiences of positive emotions within the Positive Emotions and Psychophysiology Lab.
M.A. in Social Psychology, 2021
B.A. in Psychology and Neuroscience, 2016
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
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Scientific American Observations, July 20, 2018
Stanford Social Innovation Review, July 10, 2018
Center for Advanced Hindsight Blog, March 8, 2018
Behavioral Scientist, November 27, 2017