Nicole graduated from Franklin and Marshall College in 2021 with a bachelor’s degree in psychology and anthropology. Her undergraduate honors thesis investigated gender prejudice in law occupations, for which she won the Association for Psychological Science Student Research Award. She also conducted senior independent research in anthropology for which she explored identity creation and expression on social media. Her interdisciplinary research interests include stereotype, prejudice, and discrimination research, particularly in organizational contexts, as well as social media identity politics and research on cross-cultural differences. As a research coordinator for the Stanford GSB Behavioral Lab, she facilitates research for faculty and doctoral students in organizational behavior and marketing.