Welcome to my website! After earning my Ph.D. in economics from Stanford University, I joined Harvard Business School as an assistant professor in the Negotiation, Organizations & Markets Unit.
The broad motivation for my work is to better understand inequality and how to close inequalities in our society. In my first research strand, I focus on how to encourage more charitable giving and volunteering in order to reallocate resources to those in need, most notably, by investigating how individuals exploit excuses not to give. In my second research strand, I focus on the drivers of gender gaps in the labor market, such as those that relate to negotiation, discrimination, and self-promotion. I also study the drivers of (in)equity concerns more broadly. You may learn more about my papers here.
Much of my non-academic work relates to efforts to help dogs in need of homes find homes as well as serving on the Board of Directors for Students Helping Honduras and on the Strategic Council for the Foundation Fighting Blindness.
You may access my CV here.