Organization theory, Labor markets, Financial markets, Gender, Discrimination, Entrepreneurship
Prices & Markets tutorial (MBA), Power & Politics (MBA)
My research is focused on how gender shapes resource distribution and segregation in labor and financial markets. In particular, I examine how audiences use gender as a frame through which they understand and interpret other signals.
Women Don't Mean Business? Gender Penalty in Board Composition. (with K. Snellman) Organization Science. (forthcoming)
Selected papers under review and working papers
Gender and the Interpretation of Endorsement Ties: Evidence from Entrepreneurial Financing (with K. Snellman) (under review)
Meditating Away a Guilty Conscience: The Impact of Mindfulness on Guilt and Reparations (with A. Hafenbrack and M. Lapalme) (under review)
The Gender of Money: How Gender Structures the Market for Entrepreneurial Capital. Runner-up for Best Student Paper Award, OMT Division, Academy of Management, 2019.
Just Short of Number One: Gender Bias in Reward Allocation. (with K. Snellman)
Before joining the PhD program, I worked for several years as an international arbitration attorney, a management consultant, and the head of a sports ethics department. I hold law degrees from King's College London, Université de Paris I, and the College of Europe, as well as an MBA from INSEAD.'