I am a fourth year PhD Candidate in social psychology at Princeton, working with Betsy Levy Paluck and Alex Todorov.

My research is motivated by the idea that social change often starts with those who decide to deviate or stand out from the crowd. I use qualitative and quantitative methods, in the lab and the field, to identify the determinants of norm deviance.

In another line of research, I ask: how to identify the most influential people in a social network? Once identified, can these individuals shift patterns of behaviors in their community?

Finally, my work explores the psychological and behavioral consequences of being treated as untrustworthy.