Teri Kirby is a fifth year Ph.D. student working with Dr. Cheryl Kaiser, Dr. Anthony Greenwald, and Dr. Sapna Cheryan in the Social/Personality area of Psychology at the University of Washington. After receiving her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of Pennsylvania in 2008, she worked with Dr. Angela Duckworth as a Research Coordinator from 2008-2010. Her broad research interests include stereotyping, identity, and diversity. With Dr. Kaiser and Dr. Cheryan, she is examining the advantages and disadvantages of different models of approaching diversity (e.g., colorblindness and multiculturalism) as well as how diversity initiatives can affect perceptions of fairness. With Dr. Greenwald, she focuses on implicit identity and attitudes.