As a Human-Computer Interaction researcher, I design and build consentful.systems. Specifically, I combine systems-building, empirical methods, and theoretical approaches to tackle integrity issues on social platforms, such as online harassment, surveillance, and data ownership problems. By focusing on the relationship between such issues and users’ consent, I develop ways to improve socio-technical systems’ privacy controls, safety and governance tools, and business models in the hopes of contributing to designing a safer internet.
I'm a Barbour Scholar and a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Michigan School of Information and the Division of Computer Science & Engineering. I am very lucky to be advised by Dr. Florian Schaub (from the Security Privacy Interaction (SPI) Lab) and Dr. Nikola Banovic (from the Computational HCI Lab). I am also part of the Interactive Systems Lab. My research interests are at the intersection of Human-Computer Interaction, Social Computing, Privacy, Feminist Studies, and Business Management. I like interdisciplinary work.