Franshelly Marie Martínez-Ortiz
Franshelly M. Martínez-Ortiz is a rising Puerto Rican political scientist. She’s a Ph.D. student in Political Science, concentrating in American Politics and Political Psychology. Her research focuses on how social media can influence voting behavior, particularly vote choice. Her interests also include Public Opinion and Experimental Research Designs. She is the author of “Trump y Facebook: la efectividad de #CrookedHillary en el electorado en 2016”, published for Revista Ingenios Vol. 6 Num. 2 in 2020, and presented for Emerging Scholars 2020 in University of Michigan.
Prior to joining OSU, Martinez obtained a bachelor’s degree in Political Science, focused on Comparative Politics from University of Puerto Rico at Rio Piedras.