Hi there, I’m Emma Mishel, a Doctoral candidate in sociology at New York University. I use quantitative, experimental, and social psychological methods to conduct research on topics such as discrimination, inequality, and social and behavioral change. I have 8+ years leading and executing qualitative and quantitative research in academia, industry, and the non-profit sector; expertise in survey design, experimental design, mixed-methods, and social psychological inquiries; and enthusiasm for complex data and rigorous in-depth insights. My recent research investigates the nature and consequences of workplace discrimination against LGBT individuals, and my work has been cited by the United Nations in their recent report of Standards of Conduct for Global Business which seeks to “help move the dial in the direction of greater equality for LGBTI people.” My work on discrimination against queer women in the workplace is published in ASA’s open access journal, Socius: Sociological Research for a Dynamic World, and my work on cohort-changes in same-sex sex and bisexual/gay identity is published in Sociological Science. I have a Master of Philosophy in Sociology (NYU, 2018, summa cum laude), a Master of Arts in Applied Quantitative Research (NYU, 2014, summa cum laude), and a Bachelor’s Degree in Literary Journalism (UCI, 2008, cum laude). I invite you to take a look at some of my publications and projects, and to please reach out to me if you’d like to connect.