I am a Doctoral Candidate in Harvard University’s Organizational Behavior unit, an interdisciplinary program between Harvard Business School and Harvard's Social Psychology department. My research investigates how people think about, disclose, and express their identities during interpersonal interactions, particularly when these interactions involve status differences. I examine how intrapersonal and interpersonal identity dynamics influence relationships, workplace inclusion, and professional advancement. My research integrates several literatures, including identity, status, race, gender, social class, interpersonal interactions, intergroup relations, and performance. Before Harvard, I was a Research Assistant in New York University's Social Psychology department and a Senior Brand Strategist at Young & Rubicam Advertising. I received my Bachelor of Arts from the University of Pennsylvania.