I am a graduate student in sociology (2019 cohort) and a National Science Foundation Graduate Fellow at UC Berkeley. My primary interests lie at the intersection of environmental sociology and the sociology of work and labor. I am a member of the Extractive University Project, a group of Berkeley sociologists studying the labor process of graduate student workers. You can learn more about this work, which has been published in Work and Occupations, at our website: extractive-uni.net
I have also studied the internal politics of labor unions and racial and class formation in labor. Prior to beginning my doctoral studies, I worked as a research coordinator at NYU’s Department of Population Health, where I managed two projects studying community-level chronic disease prevention and management.