A graduate student in the Human Development and Family Studies doctoral program working with Dr. Zita Oravecz. I am interested in quantitative methodology for exploring the big picture questions of how we make sense of and connect with the world individually to collectively (e.g., the intersections of subjective-objective realities, etc.). I am curious about how these processes (e.g., cognitive, relational, social, etc.) impact and shape the development of diverse identities and experienced realities with an emphasis on human flourishing. My current interests involve Bayesian analysis, cognitive modeling, cultural consensus analysis, intensive longitudinal data analysis, etc.

I received the Bachelor of Arts in Gender Studies from the University of California, Los Angeles. I received the Master of Arts in Psychology from the California State University, Fullerton.