Industrial/Organizational Psychology: Worker well-being, mental and physical health, research design and measurement
I am a doctoral candidate in the Industrial-Organizational Psychology program conducting research in the topics of worker well-being, decision-making, and overall organizational psychology. I also have work experience as a People Analyst at an HR well-being startup. Prior to switching to IO, I completed 2 years in the Clinical PhD program at GMU, publishing research, treating clients with mental health disorders, and focusing on the intersection of mental health, personality, and well-being.
I have a number of consulting experiences in research design and statistics and a wide variety of psychological topics relevant to industries of technology, healthcare, non-profits, and education. I have six publications spanning topics in occupational health and policy, mental health, social relationships, and personality.
Previously, I received my Master's degree in Psychology from Florida Atlantic University (F.A.U.) under Ryne Sherman's advisement. My thesis analyzed data collected through a National Science Foundation grant on cross-cultural personality, mindfulness, and clinical symptoms. As the principal investigator, I lived in Japan during the summer of 2014 to oversee the collection of data with her collaborators at the University of Tsukuba.
May 2015 - Master of Arts in Psychology - Florida Atlantic University - Boca Raton, Florida
May 2013 - Bachelor of Arts - Concentration in Psychology, Minor in Anthropology - Wilkes Honors College - Jupiter, Florida