Elizabeth (Liz) Hood is a doctoral student in Organization Studies at the Boston College Carroll School of Management. Liz's research focuses on how individuals make sense of and use technologies – e.g. snowmaking machines, police body cameras, vaping products, and funeral innovations. She draws from sociocognitive perspectives of technology to explore how different interpretations and applications of a technology impact the success, use, and meaning of the technology. She studies these processes through qualitative methodologies.
Prior to the doctoral program, Liz worked as a Market Research Analyst in a consulting firm. She received her M.B.A in Marketing and M.S. in Marketing Analytics from Bentley University. She received her B.A. in Economics with minors in East Asian Studies and Legal Studies from Brandeis University.
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