I received my PhD in Social Psychology from the University of Michigan in 2016. I worked as a postdoctoral scholar at the University of Pennsylvania and U.S. Army Research Laboratory from 2016-2019. I am currently a Behavioral Data Scientist at Guild Education, where I use data to help improve education access and outcomes for individuals from underserved populations.
I am a stats nerd and am passionate about using data to answer burning questions about how and why people do the things they do. Whether this is understanding cultural differences in decision-making, identifying patterns in human social interaction that predict team performance, or figuring out why Michigan football's offense is so disappointing (see my blog), I love using data to derive insights about human behavior.