After receiving her B.A. in psychology and sociology (2016) and her M.A. in psychology (2017) at Wesleyan University, Lucy is excited to be working towards a Ph.D at UBC. Drawing from intersectional and Black feminist theory, Lucy’s research focuses on how race/ethnicity may distinctively shape women’s experiences/perceptions of women in male-dominated spaces, such as in STEM fields. Her research also revolves around understanding allyship, mainly investigating the social-psychological factors that may inhibit men from confronting sexism and the benefits of cross-gender dialogue in the workplace.