I graduated from the Industrial and Organizational Psychology Program at North Carolina State University with my PhD in 2014. My research interests include the intersection of computer-mediated social networking with personnel selection, organizational practices and the environment, computer-mediated surveys, electronic monitoring in the workplace, and organizational development and evaluation. I taught undergraduate-level courses and labs for the Psychology Department at NC State in Social Psychology, Personality, and Applied Research. I was a member of both the IOTech4D research lab and the now defunct ncsu technology in i/o lab. I received my B.S. in Business Administration (International Relations) from the University of Southern California in 2006 and an M.S. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from NC State in 2011. I am currently employed by CEB | SHL Talent Measurement in Mpls, MN, a consulting firm focused on all aspects of talent measurement where I work as a Senior Client Advisor for the Advisory Services Groups, which focuses on connecting the science of psychology to work and advising member organizations on best practice. In my spare time I compete for the Mill City Racing Team, ride bikes, attempt to train my Australian Shepherd, Roxy, and am just generally outdoors.