I am a PhD student in political science at the University of Ottawa. My work focuses on democratic stability, electoral democracy, and political psychology. 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 fend off autocratic tendencies. I am currently a graduate member of the Konrad Adenauer Research Chair in Empirical Democracy Studies, working under the supervision of Professor Daniel Stockemer.
I was previously a master's student at the Université de Montréal with the 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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