I am a PhD Student in the Department of Political Science at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia. I study gender and politics, campaigns and elections, and backlash politics in comparative and US contexts. I am also the co-founder and President of Women in Political Science at Emory (WiPS-E).
My current primary research agenda focuses on the role of gender and gender-racial stereotypes in voter evaluations of candidates and their consequences for women running and winning office. You can find more information on my published work and current projects on the Research tab.
Prior to joining Emory University, I worked as a data analyst in education policy at EdCount in Washington, D.C. I earned a B.A. in International Affairs (and French) in 2015 and an M.A. in Political Science in 2018 from the School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA) at the University of Georgia.