I am a social/organizational psychologist studying gender, stereotypes, and discrimination.
The main goal of my research is to uncover the subtle (and sometimes not so subtle) ways in which gender-based bias expresses itself in modern society and organizations. Using a multimethod approach, I seek to better understand the reasons behind these new, often more covert, manifestations of 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.