I am an Assistant Professor in the Political Science Department and an affiliate faculty member of the Women's and Gender Studies Department and the Latinx Studies Program at the University of Oklahoma. I received my PhD from the Political Science Department at Stanford University in 2015. I am a co-founder of the Community Engagement + Experiments Lab at the University of Oklahoma, and serve on its faculty advisory board.
My research interests are primarily in the field of American political behavior and include race, gender, and the politics of identity. My work has been supported by the Graduate Research Opportunity at Stanford University, the Laboratory for the Study of American Values, and the Junior Faculty Fellowship at the University of Oklahoma. You can read some of my research in the Journal of Politics, Political Behavior, the Journal of Experimental Political Science, and the Journal of Political Science Education.
You can see some of my research featured at the Monkey Cage on the Washington Post, and you can hear me discuss race and the 2016 election on the KGOU show Race Matters.