I am a research professional specialist at the Data Science Institute (DSI) and an adjunct assistant professor at the Booth School of Business at the University of Chicago. I obtained Ph.D. in sociology from Cornell University.
I study communication and behavior in organizations. I particularly focus on how firms strategically communicate to influence stakeholder behaviors in the context of earnings calls, venture capital investments, and ESG reports. I additionally study how stakeholders' communication influences firm behaviors in the context of employee reviews and product recalls. My analysis heavily relies on natural experiments and natural language processing tools.
I am interested in teaching strategic management, organizational theory, and entrepreneurship. I am now teaching an MBA class on organizational culture and strategic management at Booth. Previously, I taught strategic management to sophomores at the Leeds School of Business, University of Colorado Boulder.