I am an Assistant Professor of Marketing at Boston University Questrom School of Business, a Junior Faculty Fellow at the Hariri Institute for Computing, and a Faculty Affiliate of the Technology & Policy Research Initiative. My research focuses on how information and data moderate the relationship between firms and consumers. Specific topics include consumer privacy preferences and their impacts on firm analytics, analytics tools that adapt to the privacy-first data landscape, and how companies use choice architecture to moderate consumers' data sharing decisions.
I received my PhD in quantitative marketing at the University of Chicago. Prior to joining BU, I worked in Microsoft Research (Chief Economist Office) and JD Silicon Valley Lab (Applied Economics Team).