I joined UNC-Chapel Hill's Department of Sociology's PhD program in 2012. I received my BA in Sociology at University of Washington, my MBA at University of California-Irvine, and my MA in Sociology at UNC-Chapel Hill.
My current research examines the social issues at the confluence of new technologies and work. I have published several peer-reviewed articles including: Digital Work - New Opportunities or Lost Wages?.
I make my courses laboratories of sociological exploration by placing students at the center of major debates. They’re pushed to confront their normative thinking and impelled to interrogate ideas through their own histories.