I'm a first-year CS PhD student at Georgia Tech's School of Interactive Computing.
I study user privacy and social cybersecurity.
Specifically, I'm interested in large-scale group privacy and collective action.
In the past, I've worked on user misconceptions of private browsing.
Previously, I worked at the DNC as an analytics manager on the Mobilization team.
I designed behavioral experiments for and modeled grassroots
fundraising and voter outreach via email, SMS, and direct mail.
I received my M.S. in computational analysis and public policy from the University of Chicago in 2018,
and my B.A. in economics and business from University College London in 2015.