Hannah is an experienced educator now completing a Master of Science degree in the Psychology of Economic Life at the London School of Economics and Political Science. She holds a BA in English and Psychology from Hamilton College as well as an MA in modern literature and culture from University College London. Hannah is passionate about using behavioral science to improve organizations and public services, particularly in the areas of education and healthcare.
How Will Choice Overload Affect Our Post-Lockdown Fun?
As some countries begin to ease their lockdowns, the sudden explosion of choice could actually diminish our happiness.
“I’m Speaking”: Gender Differences in Digital Workplace Communication
The pandemic has changed the way we communicate at work, possibly forever. What does that mean for gender dynamics in the workplace?