- PhD Student in Psychology & Law at John Jay College of Criminal Justice (New York City)
- Graduated from Williams College in 2014 with a B.A. in Psychology and German
- Recipient of National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship
- Past Postbaccalaureate Fellow at the National Institutes of Health
I research (a) the role of emotions and moral beliefs on legal decision making and perception, (b) the phenomenology of partial innocence, (c) the development of memory distortions, and (d) the application of investigative interviewing techniques to alibi generation.