Welcome to my website.
I am a PhD student in
the Department of Management Science and Engineering
at Stanford University where I am specializing in
Work, Technology and Entrepreneurship and conducting research at the
Center for Work, Technology and Organizations.
This website will be updated to reflect my coursework, research and experiences at Stanford in the coming months.
I graduated from Cornell University in May 2011. I majored in Information Science with a focus on Human-Centered Systems and Social Systems. I was also a researcher at the Interaction Design Lab directed by Professor Geri Gay. Through my research, I have co-authored several publications and presentations.
At Cornell, I served as a teaching assistant for Communication and Technology, taught by Professor Jeffrey Hancock (Fall 2009) and Professor Jeremy Birnholtz (Fall 2010). I also developed and co-taught a seminar on Mobile Social Networks with my advisor Professor Geri Gay and Eric Baumer.
In addition to doing research and teaching, I was very active on Cornell's campus. As the President of the Information Science Student Association, I served as the bridge between the Information Science students and faculty. I was also an active member of Mortar Board Senior Honor Society, Alpha Epsilon Phi Sorority and the Class of 2011 Senior Class Campaign.
Finally, I spent my last two summers and my senior year in college interning at IBM. I started on the corporate communication team during the summer of 2009 and then moved to the digital content team during summer of 2010. During the summer of 2008, I was an intern on the global marketing team at SONY BMG.