I am a fourth year doctoral student in the Industrial/Organizational Psychology program at George Mason University. I completed my undergraduate degree in 2008 with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Virginia. This fall, I am teaching Psychology of Gender at GMU, and my previous teaching experience includes TAing graduate-level and undergraduate-level research methods and statistics courses including Advanced Statistics (Psychology 611 and Psychology 612) and Regression (Psychology 754). I work primarily with my advisor Dr. Eden King on research topics related to diversity management in the workplace. My main research interests center around understanding the work experiences of socially disadvantaged individuals who possess concealable stigmas (e.g., mental/physical illness, early stages of pregnancy, sexual orientation), and exploring how those individuals manage their invisible identities at work. In addition, I work for Dr. Jose Cortina as the Editorial Assistant of Organizational Research Methods.