I use data to identify the factors that help teams and individuals collaborate, grow, and thrive at work. I received my PhD in Organizational Behavior from Stanford Graduate School of Business and now work as a People Research Scientist in the technology industry. I have experience working in organizations of all sizes, from massive companies including Google and Meta to small startups.
I am motivated to understand how individuals form judgments and navigate conflicting information and obligations. I use that understanding to help companies develop interventions and build thoughtful, data-back programs and products. In my graduate research, I examined employee mental wellbeing, team norms and processes, and organizational stereotypes. I also lead workshops on negotiation and am particularly passionate about helping women overcome gendered stereotypes and achieve better negotiation outcomes.