About me

// I am a PhD candidate in organizational theory at the University of Cambridge, Judge Business School. My work is supported by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) and the Cambridge Trust. I hold an MPhil in innovation, strategy, and organization (from Cambridge), and MSc in marketing and strategy (from Warwick), and a double-BSc in business administration (from EBS and Tongji University). I'm a member of EGOS and AoM.

I am fortunate to be working with a range of inspiring collaborators. If you are looking for references, these people can probably tell you about me. At Cambridge, these are Jennifer Howard-Grenville and Mark de Rond. Outside Cambridge, I've collaborated with Wes Helms (Brock), Claus Rerup (Frankfurt), Jerry Goodstein (Washington State), Laura Claus (UCL), and Milo Wang (Alberta). My supervisors are Jennifer Howard-Grenville and Paul Tracey.

Prior to my PhD studies, I was a management consultant for L.E.K. Consulting in their Munich and London offices supporting international clients across various industries in developing their organisational design, market entry, and growth strategies. I have also worked for Sony, Siemens, and the Haniel Group in the UK, Germany, and China.

In my free time, I enjoy open-water diving, reading fiction, playing the saxophone, and studying Mandarin.