I am a Ph.D. candidate in marketing at the University of Oregon. I expect to graduate during the spring of 2021.
My research examines tensions between individuals and social norms in three domains: tipped services, leisure consumption, and gendered marketing. The questions I examine are inspired by real-world marketing problems (e.g., how to integrate new technology into services) and emergent consumer phenomena (e.g. vacations from technology).
For example, my dissertation research examines how digital point-of-sale systems are changing the ways that customers tip service providers.
Before starting my Ph.D., I completed an M.S. in marketing at the University of Oregon, an M.A. in teaching at Salem State University, and a B.A. in economics from Hampshire College.