I am a post-doctoral fellow at Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business, working with Dan Ariely at The Center for Advanced Hindsight.
My research investigates the impact of social influences on the motivations, preferences, and behaviors of consumers. In one strand of my work, I investigate how social connections affect individuals’ well-being and happiness as well as their choices and decisions. In a second strand, I explore how prosocial behaviors can motivate people to take action (e.g., join movements; contribute to the welfare of others) and be more engaged and productive in organizational settings.
Prior to my post-doc, I received my doctorate in Marketing from Harvard Business School. Once a professional swimmer, I now spend my days wondering about the “human phenomena”, running after a ball, following arts or flying.
You may find my CV here.