- M.A. in Government, California State University, Sacramento (2018)
- B.A. in Government, California State University, Sacramento (2015)
I am a 4th-year Ph.D. student in Political Science at the University of California, Davis.
My research focuses on American politics as it intersects with gender, race/ethnicity, and political behavior. Specifically, I'm interested in how voters' perceptions of Black women candidates shape vote choice, candidate incentives, and policy outcomes. I am also interested in gender discrimination, sexism, and misogynoir.
As an Associate Instructor at the University of California, Davis, I've taught the following course:
- Introduction to American Politics, Summer 2021
- 2018 UC Davis Provost’s Fellowships in the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences