I’ve long believed in the mindset of, ‘if I can do it, anyone can.’ Now, there are a lot of things I can’t do, like compete in top-caliber sports or sing well… Indeed, I’m not particularly special, unique, or gifted. I’m just curious. I’m driven to maximize the short time I have in the sun and learn as much as I can. I not only want to join the conversation, no matter how brief it is, but I want to open up the conversation to others. That is why I’m motivated to share my curiosities and what I learn along the way. And that is the purpose of this website – to share ideas. I’ve had the good fortune to acquire and continue my education in a field that I’m passionate about, which has instilled as sense of obligation to share what I’ve learned with anyone who is interested. And on that note, I invite you to join me on this ride.

I’m currently a PhD candidate in Organizational Behaviour at the Haskayne School of Business, University of Calgary. My areas of interest are in occupational health psychology and research methods. My research focuses on the experience of adversity, as well as the individual (e.g., proactivity and resilience) and social processes (e.g., leadership and social support) that help individuals and organizations anticipate, prevent, or adapt to adversity. When I am not working on research or teaching, I can typically be found reading a book, riding my bike, or spending time with my dog.

Want to know more about my professional experience?

Check out my CV here

Where else can you find me on the internet?

ResearchGate                    University of Calgary                    Goodreads

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