I am a social/organizational psychologist who studies stereotypes, prejudice, discrimination, and gender.
The main goal of my research is to uncover the subtle (and sometimes not so subtle) ways in which gender bias expresses itself in modern society and organizations. Using a multimethod approach, I seek to better understand the psychology behind these new, often more covert, manifestations of gender bias, as well as to explore their implications for women and men alike.
After obtaining a degree in organizational psychology, I worked as a researcher and consultant in Santiago, Chile. In 2018, I received my Ph.D. in social psychology from New York University and became a postdoctoral fellow at Utrecht University. In 2021, I joined the Department of Management at the London School of Economics as assistant professor.