I am a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Pennsylvania's Language Variation & Cognition Lab.
My research focuses on understanding what people know (or believe) about linguistic variation and its social correlates. I combine (often novel) experimental methods and corpus data to understand what kind of social and linguistic information is mentally represented, and how this information is stored, utilized in speech perception and production, and updated over time.
I received my Ph.D. in Linguistics from the University of Pennsylvania in 2020 and my Master's in Sociolinguistics from North Carolina State University in 2015.
I am also affiliated with the Cultural Evolution of Language Lab and the Embick Lab at Penn.