Welcome to my website!

I am a second-year Ph.D. student and a James M. and Cathleen D. Stone Ph.D. Scholar in Inequality and Wealth Concentration in the Department of Government at Harvard University. I am affiliated with the Center for American Political Studies, the Institute for Quantitative Social Science, and the WCFIA Canada Program.

I study how diversity, inequality, and exclusion shape public opinion and political behavior. My research agenda involves (re)assessing contextual effects in politics, reducing prejudice through persuasion, and interrogating the notions of linked fate and racial solidarity. More broadly, I am interested in race and ethnic politics, survey research, and meta-science. See my research page for my ongoing projects, working papers, and publications.

I am a Mexican-born French Canadian studying American politics. I am also a 1.5-generation immigrant and first-generation student. Before coming to Harvard, I received excellent research training at l'Université de Montréal, where I was a member of the Research Chair in Electoral Studies and the Centre for the Study of Democratic Citizenship

In my spare time, you can likely catch me on a very long walk around Boston. I enjoy cooking and baking, architecture, the violin, 1960s Judy Garland, and the X-Files.