I’m a postdoctoral fellow in the Science, Technology, and Public Policy program at Harvard Kennedy School’s Belfer Center and a research scientist in the Scalable Cooperation Group at the MIT Media Lab. I am also the Human-Environmental Systems Fellow in the Center for Marine Biodiversity and Conservation at Scripps Institution of Oceanography. I received my PhD in political science in 2016 from the University of California San Diego. In my work, I combine my interests in climate change, environmental politics, and human behavior with my affinity for social scientific and computational methods. One branch of my research focuses on climate change politics. A recent project examined the role of collective versus personal responsibility in shaping climate-related political behaviors. Another project investigates how climate change political attitudes may be altered by exposure to extreme weather. I have also identified political hurdles to enacting domestic climate policies in Sub-Saharan Africa. The second branch of my research explores the societal impacts of climate change. I have studied the potential for climatic changes to alter rates of democratic turnover and human sleep, mood, and physical activity patterns. I am currently working on projects related to human adaptation and migration.