I am a PhD candidate in the Yale Department of Sociology with research and teaching interests in law, organizations, gender and sexuality, politics and social movements, and higher education. I am particularly interested in how laws come to be deployed and understood differently over time in organizational settings. My research is supported by the National Science Foundation and the Horowitz Foundation for Social Policy and recently won the Sally Hacker Graduate Student Paper Award from the ASA Sex and Gender Section. I have published in Organization, Qualitative Sociology, and Socius.