I am an Assistant Professor of Business Administration in Harvard Business School's Organizational Behavior unit.
In my research I use qualitative and quantitative methods to examine intersections between gender, knowledge-transfer, technology, and discrimination within firms. Across settings and industries, I have developed three lines of research that consider (1) how new technologies and big data in the workplace are shifting men and women’s performance outcomes and relationship networks, (2) what men and women prioritize to do their jobs and advance their careers, and (3) the extent to which frontline employees discriminate in the information and services they provide to customers.
I completed my MA in Sociology and PhD in Organizational Behavior at Harvard University. Before graduate school, I worked as a management consultant at Katzenbach Partners, a staff member at Columbia University, and an Education Pioneers Fellow with Teach For America. I graduated from Columbia University with a BA in history.