Tami is a second-year doctoral student in
Marketing at Harvard Business School. Broadly, she is interested in
stakeholder empowerment and firm transparency. Some of the current
projects include examining downward consequences when stakeholders'
voting rights are revoked, producing stronger workplace satisfaction and
performance by introducing operational transparency, and exploring
nudges that lead consumers to make better decisions. Through these
projects that involve both field and lab experiments, she is interested
in identifying what types of strategies can be implemented to improve
consumer-firm, as well as citizen-government relations. Tami graduated
from Harvard College in 2012 with a B.A. in Government.