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

My work builds on theories of intergroup relations, social cognition, and conflict management to address misconceptions about diversity and inequalities in society and the workplace. For instance, in one stream of research, I show how, contrary to common beliefs, younger workers face more prejudices than older ones, and how these prejudices shape their views of the workplace. In another, I show how making men aware of the unequal division of domestic labor in their household pushes them to do more at home, which reduces family interferences with work duties for female professionals. Overall, my work seeks to advance theories of management and psychology, but also identify practical solutions to tackle contemporary issues inherent to a rapidly changing workforce.

I’ve been fortunate enough to have my work published in academic journals such as Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, and Journal of Experimental Psychology: General. My most recent work is being prepared for submission at Journal of Applied Psychology and Organization Science. It’s also been featured in international media outlets such as the Financial Times, BBC, CBC, and Der Spiegel. My job market paper was also honored with the Outstanding Conference Paper Award 2024 at the International Association of Conflict Management conference.

I also love to share academic insights in the classroom! I’ve taught the core management course to undergrads at NYU Stern and the negotiations course to MBAs at Wharton, earning an Excellence in Teaching Commendation at Stern and an Excellence in Teaching Award at Wharton.

I hold a dual bachelor’s degree in International Trade and Finance, an MSc in Management from London Business School, an MS in Management Studies from MIT Sloan, and a PhD in Management & Organizations from NYU Stern School of Business. I am on the job market this year, looking for a tenure-track position in Europe or North America.

I am a French native, and when I am not teaching or conducting research, I love playing music, watching indie films, reading American classics, cooking up vegetarian dishes for friends, and spending quality time with my wife and two sons.

Don’t hesitate to reach out!