I am a social psychologist who studies how people flourish and experience well-being. Specifically, I am interested in tailoring "positive activities" (e.g., performing acts of kindness) to maximize the well-being of persons from collectivistic cultures as well as in clinical populations. I am also interested in leadership identity and aspirations in persons from collectivistic cultures.
I will graduate with my Ph.D. from the University of California, Riverside in June 2019 under the supervision of Sonja Lyubomirsky, Ph.D. in the Positive Activities and Well-Being (PAW) Laboratory and Thomas Sy, Ph.D. in the Leadership and Group Dynamics (LGD) Laboratory.
***I am currently seeking a post-doctoral position in psychology broadly related to culture and/or well-being, to begin in Summer/Fall of 2019. Please feel free to send any opportunities to me via email (below).***