Hi! I’m a PhD student in Information Science at Cornell, where I study algorithmic fairness with Allison Koenecke and Rene Kizilcec. I’m currently working as a research assistant on the “Expanding AI Audits” team as part of the Sloane Lab, and have collaborated on research with the Algorithmic Justice League and the Compliant and Accountable Systems lab at the University of Cambridge.
Previously, I worked as a data scientist at a consulting firm, where I focused on conducting real-world algorithm audits. I received my BA in Computer Science and Philosophy, Politics, & Economics from the University of Pennsylvania.
In my free time, you can find me reading vaguely upsetting novels (recommendations always welcome!) or training for the 2024 New York City Marathon.
|Jan 18, 2024
|The Cadaver in the Machine was accepted to CHI’24!
|Dec 12, 2023
|Towards an Educator-Centered Method for Measuring Bias in Large Language Models has been accepted as a spotlight talk at the AAAI2024 Workshop on AI for Education!
|Apr 15, 2023
|I will officially be starting my PhD this fall as part of Cornell’s information science program!
|Apr 8, 2022
|Who Audits the Auditors? was accepted to FAccT’22!
- CHIThe Cadaver in the Machine: The Social Practices of Measurement and Validation in Motion Capture TechnologyIn 2024 ACM CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, 2024
- Who Audits the Auditors? Recommendations from a Field Scan of the Algorithmic Auditing EcosystemIn 2022 ACM Conference on Fairness, Accountability, and Transparency, 2022