I am a Doctoral Candidate at the School of Public Affairs and Administration at Rutgers University–Newark, where I am also a Research Associate at the Center for Experimental and Behavioral Public Administration (CEBPA).
I am interested in the areas of public management, organizational behavior, human resource management, and behavioral public administration & policy.
In my dissertation, I study why public employees may become more (or less) risk-averse over time. My general research agenda explores the judgment and decision-making processes of public employees and the citizens they serve.
My research is published in Public Administration Review, Public Management Review, Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis, and PLOS ONE.