I am a doctoral candidate at Stanford University studying the sociology of the family, inequality, race and ethnicity, and gender. I earned a B.A. in Sociology and Spanish Language and Culture at Occidental College.
I currently have two lines of research in the sociology of the family. One line focuses on women's use of hormonal birth control in navigating their fertility goals and the effects that hormonal methods have on their experiences of their bodies. The second line examines the role of racial identity in partnership for multiracial people.
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