I am a social psychologist in the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences at Dartmouth College. My research explores diverse contexts in which people talk about race and ethnicity, the risks and benefits people with different identities face in these conversations, and strategies to address these challenges. In doing so, I seek to identify ways to support racial-ethnic identity development, shared racial-ethnic consciousness, and closeness and authenticity in interracial contexts.
Before joining PBS at Dartmouth, I received my PhD in Psychology from Stanford University, working with Greg Walton. I obtained my bachelor’s degree from Rice University, where I worked with Mikki Hebl.
PhD in Psychology, 2022
BA in Psychology and Sociology, 2016