I am a doctoral candidate in Management (Organizational Behavior) at the Michael G. Foster School of Business. I have an MBA and a BS in journalism, both from the University of Oregon (2010 and 1998, respectively). Professionally, I have worked in IT, non-profit management, and market research.
is broadly centered on teams, with emphases on the relational dynamics involved in behaviors such as collaboration, emotions, and leadership. I have published in the Academy of Management Review
and the Journal of Experimental Social Psychology
, and I have work under review at Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes
, Academy of Management Review
, and Perspectives on Psychological Science
is focused on providing an experiential space for developing current and future business leaders. I blend rigorous evidence-based research with relevant managerial examples to help students gain new insights into human behavior at work.