Welcome! I am a PhD candidate in Organizational Behavior & Theory at Carnegie Mellon University’s Tepper School of Business.
My research interests lie at the intersection of organizational theory, knowledge management, and strategic human capital. Broadly, I explore how the interplay of pecuniary and social incentives in knowledge-intensive settings affects intraorganizational processes that underlie organizational phenomena. My research has been recognized with the Carnegie Mellon University Presidential Fellowship, which is awarded by the university to doctoral students who have contributed an impactful body of work to their field of research.
I explore my theoretical interests diverse empirical contexts, including third-party regulation, tech entrepreneurship, and labor migration in developing economies. In my free time, I enjoy boxing, mountaineering, attending concerts, and cheering for the Pittsburgh Penguins.