I am a master's student in political science at Université de Montréal. My work focuses on democratic stability, electoral integrity, and political behaviour. The research I lead is most often quantitative and experimental, bringing together political science and social psychology. I aim to produce cutting-edge research which can help electoral democracies strive and maintain public legitimacy. I am currently a student researcher with the Canada Research Chair in Electoral Studies and the Centre for the Study of Democratic Citizenship, working under the supervision of Professors André Blais and Patrick Fournier.
I received my BA (Honours) in Political Science and Psychology from the Royal Military College of Canada (2021). Since 2021, I am a research project manager with the Electoral Integrity Project. I have also previously held a research internship at the Centre for International and Defence Policy (CIDP) at Queens University and been a research assistant for the Elections and Democracy Laboratory at the Royal Military College of Canada. During the Fall 2021 semester, I was a Teaching Assistant within the Department of Political Science at the University of Montreal for POL1803 - Introduction to Quantitative Research Methods.
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