I am committed to excellence in teaching. Through my doctoral training, I have had numerous opportunities to teach, both independently and as a teaching assistant (TA), at the undergraduate and graduate levels. I am prepared to teach courses in Organizational Behavior, Social Networks, Entrepreneurship, Research Methods, Organizational Theory, and Human Resource Management.

Teaching Experience

  • Present 2016

    Power, Influence, and Networks, Columbia

    MBA course focused on understanding organizational politics and effective influence tactics.

  • 20152015

    Organization Theory, Columbia

    PhD course on classics of organization theory.

  • 20152011

    Managerial Psychology, MIT

    Graduate and undergraduate case-method course in organizational behavior for graduate students.  Responsible for developing syllabus, planning lecture, delivering case-method lecture in weekly section, grading and advising graduate and undergraduate students from departments across MIT.

  • 20132013

    Research Methods, MIT

    PhD course in research design.  Responsible for assisting in planning lecture, contributing to class discussion, grading and
    advising PhD students on their research proposals and designs.

  • 20132012

    Choicepoints, MIT

    MBA course in leadership and decision making.  Responsible for contributing to class discussion, grading and advising Sloan Fellows MBA students.

  •    Average teaching rating is 6.6 out of 7