I graduated college knowing what I wanted to do but not knowing how to do it. So I started a blog dedicated to behavioral science and emailed my favorite professors and authors on the East Coast and asked them if I could interview them. Blogging turned into writing articles for a number of publications including Scientific American. Today, I manage Publicis New York's first behavioral science unit. I work at the intersection of behavioral science and design. Writing--the ability to communicate ideas clearly and persuasively--is still at the heart of what I do.

People I like to read: Daniel Kahneman, Nassim Taleb, Philip Tetlock, Matthew B. Crawford, David Woottoon, Atul Gawande, Steven Pinker, Walter Isaacson, Borges, Montaigne.