I am a research fellow in Consumer Privacy at the Center for Internet and Society, Stanford Law School, where I work with Dr. Jen King. I research privacy through an interdisciplinary lens that focuses on how social norms shape privacy-related user attitudes and behaviors.
I recently received my doctorate in Communication from Stanford University, where I was advised by Professor Fred Turner. In my dissertation, I investigate the democratic perspectives of digital media, psychology, and culture.
My research has been supported by The Melville J. Jacoby Graduate Fellowship and The Ric Weiland Fellowship. I am also the recipient of The Centennial Teaching Assistant Award at Stanford.