I am a 4th year Ph.D. student in Psychology and Social Policy originally from Atlanta, GA. I received my B.S. in Psychology from Yale University in 2017 where I also worked intimately with various diversity organizations on campus and the Yale Afro-American Cultural Center. At Princeton, I am involved with the Black Graduate Caucus and the Graduate Women of Color Caucus. My research focuses on topics related to identity and belonging, social norms, prejudice reduction, and field experimentation. Generally, I am interested in understanding and communicating the psychological experience of marginalized people in spaces in which they are underrepresented.
"I am excited to serve as a Diversity Fellow for the chance to incorporate my understanding of relevant research as well as my personal experiences as woman of color in working to build a dynamic and supportive diversity program for Princeton students."