I joined Stirling Management School in July 2018 as an Early Career Fellow in Management, Work and Organisation. Subsequent to completing a Bachelor of Commerce (hons) in Management, and a Bachelor of Engineering (hons) in Software Engineering, both with first-class honours from the University of Melbourne, I worked as a Research Fellow for a large-scale collaborative research partnership between the University of Melbourne and PwC Australia, and held various research and teaching roles within the Department of Management and Marketing in the Faculty of Business and Economics at the University of Melbourne. I am currently in the final stages of obtaining my PhD from Copenhagen Business School’s Department of Organization. I am a native New Yorker but have spent my entire adulthood living, studying and working overseas.
My research focuses on intellectual history within organization and management theory, and how this has configured contemporary research, practice, and management education. This pursuit has led me to become especially engaged with the following areas:
The re-appraisal of classical texts and thinkers within Organization Theory
The investigation of personae in organizational research, practice and education, with a particular focus on knowledge, ethics, character and conduct
The historic influence and contemporary possibilities of American Pragmatism, with a particular but not exclusive focus on the work of John Dewey
Practice-based and Action-oriented approaches within strategy and organization
Historical and Archival research within management and organization studies
The current state and future trajectory of the field of organization studies
I am an ad-hoc reviewer for Organization Studies and Organization, and a member of the European Group for Organization Studies (EGOS), the British Academy of Management (BAM), the Management History Research Group (MHRG), and the Research Committee for the Sociology of Organizations at the International Sociological Association (ISA).