I'm a second-year graduate student in the Psychology of Peace and Violence Program. I received my BA with honors in Psychology from Franklin and Marshall College, in 2018. Currently, my research interests center on group identification (i.e. ingroup attachment and glorification), the antecedents and consequences of intergroup conflict and violence, and the psychology of personal safety. My aspiration is to examine how individual level factors such as safety and attachment security can influence how we identify with different groups, and how such differences in groups identification can shape our perception of the world and our attitudes towards intergroup conflict.