I'm a Ph.D. Candidate in Information Science at Cornell University, where I'm honored to work with Karen Levy and Solon Barocas. My work is supported by a Facebook Fellowship, MacArthur Foundation grant, Mozilla Foundation grant, Notre Dame-IBM Tech Ethics Lab grant, and a Google Women Techmakers scholarship. In my research, I address issues of auditing and accountability in algorithmic systems, their social justice and participatory roots, and their policy implications. My dissertation addresses some of the normative and practical challenges of doing audits thoughtfully and effectively — specifically, by identifying what audits can and can not demonstrate, the difficulties of applying methods to unique use cases, and the tools and resources that can help support auditors in conducting thorough and consequential evaluations.