I am a rotational researcher on the User Experience Research team at Facebook. Before making my way to Facebook I was working in research at Stanford studying women in science and technology as well as completing at post-baccalaureate at Berkeley in social psychology. At Cal I studied the psychological effects of income inequality, and my thesis focused on the effects of income inequality on dehumanizing attitudes toward political outgroups. I graduated from the Price School of Public Policy at the University of Southern California with a B.S. in Policy, Management, and Planning.