I am an Assistant Professor in Organization Studies. Prior to joining ESCP, I worked at the University of Liverpool and HEC Montreal, and I earned my PhD from La Sorbonne University and ESCP.
My research interests include sensemaking, communication (especially with a CCO perspective), intuition, embodiment, and inventive qualitative research methods. More recently, I have also developed research projects on legacy transmission in family businesses, and on founders and the imprint they leave on their organizations.
Overall, I have a genuine passion for discursive and conversational analysis, and I am empirically interested in artistic organizations (e.g., filmmaking, haute cuisine), as well as extreme contexts (e.g., firefighters, hospitals).
I welcome enquiries from prospective PhD students interested in researching topics such as sensemaking, embodiment, and language.