I am a doctoral candidate in Social Psychology at the University of Denver. In my research, I examine if and how subtle sociocultural cues can reinforce and even challenge social inequities. I aim to address power differentials among sociocultural groups in ways that contribute to scientific knowledge and have clear, broad social benefits. I earned my B.A. in Psychology from Connecticut College with a certificate in Public Policy and Community Action. I currently work with Max Weisbuch as Director of the Social Perception and Attitudes Lab.
I also conduct workshops with local community organizations about overcoming stereotypes that influence student performance. If you are interested in learning more, please see my Outreach page.