UVA_Darden091919-1615 2Teaching Interests

Organizational Behavior, Leadership, Negotiation, Human Resource Management, Strategic Human Capital, Technology Management


  • Nominated for the Darden Faculty Diversity Award (Student nominated), 2020.
  • USC Award for Excellence in Teaching, Management and Organizations, 2016
    This award recognizes the top ten PhD student instructors across the University of Southern California.
  • USC Marshall PhD Teaching Award, 2016
    This award recognizes the top two PhD student instructors in the Marshall School of Business.

Teaching Experience

University of Virginia, Darden Graduate School of Business

  • Residential First Year MBA Program – Leadership Core Course & Elective on Negotiations
  • Executive MBA Program – Leadership Residency Module on Human-Technology Collaboration
  • Executive Education – Capital One Technology Leadership Program


University of Southern California, Marshall School of Business

  • Organizational Behavior and Leadership – Undergraduate core course 
  • Teaching Assistant, Organizational Behavior MBA Core      
  • Teaching Assistant, Leading Organizations    
  • Guest Instructor, The Art and Science of Decision Making     

Teaching Philosophy

In the classroom, I seek to create an environment where students can experience learning in a rigorous and fun manner, while developing skills that equip them to effectively tackle business problems.

Therefore, I approach teaching with three fundamental goals: (1) create engagement through relevance, (2) stimulate intellectual growth by creating an open and collegial environment, and (3) encourage a growth mindset.

By accomplishing these three goals, I believe I can help create a positive and engaging learning experience for students.