I am a social scientist and a Postdoctoral Researcher in Management at the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania.

I build on theories of intergroup relations, social cognition, and conflict management to address contemporary issues of diversity, equity, and inclusion in society and in the workplace. I seek to not only advance theories of management and psychology, but also identify practical solutions to reduce disparities in economic opportunities, particularly those related to the gender pay gap and the intergenerational wealth gap. My work has been published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, Cognition, and the Handbook of the Psychology of Aging. My most recent work is under review at Journal of Applied Psychology.

I have taught an introduction to management course to undergraduate students at NYU Stern and a negotiation course to MBA students at Wharton. I received awards for the quality of my teaching at both institutions.

I have a dual bachelors degree in International Trade and Finance (Honor), an Msc in Management from the London Business School, an MS in Management Studies from MIT Sloan, and a PhD in Management & Organizations from Stern School of Business, New York University.

I’m a French native. When I am not teaching or working on academic projects, I like to play music, watch indie movies, read American classics, cook nice vegetarian meals for friends, and spend time with my wife and two sons.