Welcome! I am a PhD candidate at UCL School of Management, University College London. Broadly, I am interested in the psychological antecedents and consequences of network structures.
In one stream, I examine the psychological consequences of structural dynamics. My job market paper examines the extent to which individuals' pursuit of seemingly advantageous organizational network positions imposes psychological costs that lead to abusive behaviors.
In another stream, I focus on how individuals’ cognitive, affective, and motivational processes form and utilize network structures in organizations—e.g., building or maintaining social relationships, seeking help from others.
My advisor is Martin Kilduff. I also work with Xi Zou at Nanyang Business School, Ko Kuwabara at INSEAD, and Eric Quintane at University of Los Andes.
I hold a M.A. in Cognitive Studies from Columbia University and a B.A. in Psychology from University of Wisconsin-Madison.