About Me

Originally from Fishers, Indiana, I earned my undergraduate degree in Psychology and Communication at DePauw University in Greencastle, Indiana. As an intern at The Janet Prindle Insititute for Ethics, I realized my passion for morality and ethics education. I combined my love of social psychology with ethics to further study moral psychology. I am currently a doctoral student at Indiana University Bloomington, where I am earning a dual degree in social psychology and cognitive science. Working with Dr. Ed Hirt and Dr. Fritz Breithaupt, I am furthering my moral psychology research from cognitive and social perspectives. My specific research interest include measures of morality, the core purpose(s) of morality, and the intersection of morality and religion.

In my free time, I like to dance, work out, and am a big Disney fan. I teach step classes at my local gym and will be training to teach hip hop and barre classes soon!