I’m a Research Manager on Facebook’s Central Integrity team, which aims to minimize harmful experiences for people on Facebook. My Ph.D. in Social Psychology combines an educational background in Computer and Information Science with the interdisciplinary study of Cyberpsychology, or the application of social psychology to digitally mediated settings. My works have shed light on a human perspective of cybersecurity, investigating strategies to manipulate hacker decision-making through a game theoretic lens and to encourage everyday security behaviors in the face of online threat.
At Facebook, I support a team of researchers dedicated to large-scale investigations, ambiguous international policies, in-product interventions against harmful behavior, and scaled human review of violating content. As a passion project, I work with cross-functional partners to protect journalists from harassment, physical danger, and state-sponsored threat around the world.
Cyberpsychology, social psychology, quantitative methods, human-computer interaction, security, identity and well-being