I am a Ph.D Candidate in the Department of Political Science at Duke University, focusing on American Political Behavior and Political Methodology. My research interests include political psychology, public opinion, and individual errors in information processing. I am also a research assistant with the Duke Initiative on Survey Methodology. Prior to beginning my PhD I was an analyst at Deloitte Consulting in Washington D.C. I received my BA in psychology and political science from the University of Richmond in 2014. (last name pronounced without the “u”).
PhD in Political Science (Political Behavior & Political Methodology), 2021 (Expected)
MA in Political Science, 2018
BA in Psychology, Political Science, 2014
University of Richmond