I am a PhD student in Organizational Behavior at UNC's Kenan-Flagler Business School. My research interests include: gender equity focusing on the role of men in the conversation and how it ultimately benefits everyone; fairness and trust in organizations; and the intersection between work, life, and personal identity.
After earning my bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Notre Dame, I worked for almost a decade in the Oil & Gas industry across five countries. Looking to pivot, I returned to Notre Dame to earn my MBA from the Mendoza College of Business, where I discovered my passion for research which led me to academia and pursuing my PhD at UNC.
Fairness and Trust
Intersection of Work, Life, and Identities
"The best steel doesn't always shine the brightest"
Joe Abercrombie, The Blade Itself