I’m currently a Masters Student at the Human-Computer Interaction Institute at Carnegie Mellon University.
I came to Pittsburgh to study Clinical and Behavioral Psychology at the University of Pittsburgh. My research interests lead me to a management position in a lab studying behavioral economics, consumer behavior, and judgment and decision-making.
My research heavy background has imbued me with a strong allegiance to evidence. In my experience, the things we make assumptions about often surprise us when investigated more closely. I prefer to observe users and their workspaces in person to better understand how, when, and why they work (and when they don’t).
When I’m not exploring people, I’m exploring cities. My favorite hobby is to find the most interesting nooks and crannies of a neighborhood.