I worked as a white-collar criminal defense and commercial litigation attorney for eight years, working on high-profile government investigations, qui tam suits, antitrust matters, securities litigations, and contract or other business disputes. I returned to grad school to pursue an advanced degree in Applied Psychology where I focused on human decision-making, cognition, emotion, and group dynamics.
Before joining JurySync, I served as a researcher at Harvard Business School, focusing on research topics such as leadership, teams, and psychological safety. I also worked in a small boutique consulting firm crafting fully customized surveys on behalf of organizations to provide data-driven solutions to such issues such as employee engagement.
These diverse experiences have shaped me professionally, providing me with a unique perspective and consulting skill-set to offer JurySync clients.