I am a PhD Candidate in Organizational Behavior, in the macro track, at Stanford Graduate School of Business. I am on the job market for the 2019-2020 academic year.
Broadly, I am interested in how cultural diversity is enabled and sustained in organizational settings. My dissertation examines the dynamics of cultural transmission and boundary work between organizations and ensuing consequences for cultural diversity. Methodologically, I study these topics using a variety of computational methods, including both natural language processing and agent-based modeling. I am advised by Glenn Carroll and Amir Goldberg.
Prior to Stanford, I worked at FSG, a social impact consulting firm, in Seattle. I received my B.A. in physics (with a minor in applied mathematics) from Harvard University.
I may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.