I am a Ph.D. candidate in organizational behavior at Yale University’s School of Management. I study how individuals navigate their work lives and how organizations can facilitate and cultivate fulfilling careers and meaningful work experiences. My research interests include the meaning of work, careers, employment mobility, employee well-being, and human resource management. I am especially interested in examining the work experiences of marginalized individuals and groups in order to identify ways to alleviate inequality, promote upward mobility, and improve well-being.
Prior to pursuing my doctoral education, I completed my B.A. with majors in psychology, economics and organizational management at Agnes Scott College in Decatur, Georgia.