What brought you to the CTG UAlbany?
CTG is a place where creative, innovative ideas and thinking take center stage to create impactful solutions and approaches for governments and communities.
Furthermore, it engages in a culture of mentoring doctoral students.
Working at CTG is a great opportunity to broaden perspectives on how to work with diverse stakeholders, effectively break down problems, and strengthen critical thinking, research and writing.
What did you do prior to coming to CTG UAlbany?
I was working as an academic coordinator in the Department of Educational and Counseling Psychology, at the School of Education.
My educational background is in Anthropology and History, with a Masters in Political Science, specializing in Futures Studies.
Currently, I’m completing doctoral studies in Information Science.
What are your plans/goals for the future?
My current research interests are particularly focused on collaboration, trust, and organizational behavior and development.
My overarching goal for the future is to use my research and education to make a difference in organizations and in diverse communities.