I am an Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior at the Yale School of Management, and a Faculty Affiliate of the Program on Entrepreneurship and the Computation and Society Initiative. I also co-organize the Innovation & Entrepreneurship Seminar.
My research examines evaluation processes in professional contexts to better understand questions related to bias/inequality, entrepreneurship, labor markets, and strategy, with frequent overlap across these areas. In one stream of my work, I identify the factors that contribute to bias and inequality in evaluations, with a focus on how the way evaluation processes are structured affects observed outcomes. In another stream of my work, I use evaluations to understand the market and organizational factors that affect career-related outcomes, commonly in the context of entrepreneurship. The data for my research usually comes from collaborations with technology-focused startups and other archival sources, and I also implement field experiments.
This research has been published in Administrative Science Quarterly, Management Science, and Organization Science, and it has been covered by various media outlets; I have also written pieces for the Harvard Business Review and the London School of Economics Business Review based on this work. For more information about my research, please visit my research page or download my curriculum vitae.
I teach the MBA and EMBA core course on Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Innovator, and I was recognized as one of the Best 40 Under 40 Professors by Poets & Quants in 2020.
I earned my PhD from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Sloan School of Management in 2017, and my BA and BS from Providence College in 2007. Prior to entering academia, I spent time working in investment banking (e.g., M&A and capital raises) and strategic corporate finance.