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I am a PhD candidate in Management (Strategy) at Columbia Business School. I am on the 2022-2023 academic job market.  

My research is centered at the intersection of information technology, human resource management, and causal inference. Advances in machine learning, human resource management systems, and job platforms are transforming how firms compete for talent, how they match workers to projects and tasks, and how they motivate and retain their employees.  My research examines the causes and consequences of these changes to further understand not only how firms can use their human capital as a source of competitive advantage, but also how workers can thrive in the digital economy. Additionally, I am interested in introducing new methodological tools for business research. 

For more information on my job market paper and my research more broadly, click here and here, respectively. 

Prior to my graduate studies, I worked at Innovations for Poverty Action and the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco. I live in Brooklyn, NY with my husband Jordan and our dog Maxi. You can reach me at pp2568@columbia.edu.