I am an associate professor of organizational behaviour at McGill University’s Desautels Faculty of Management, where I conduct research on the future of work and conflict resolution in the workplace.

I teach organizational behaviour and negotiation at McGill-Desautels in the B.Com, M.B.A., Ph.D., and Executive programs.

Academic Journey

I was born and raised in France. After graduating from Sciences Po and ESSEC, I began a Ph.D. in management that had me live in three different countries – France, Luxembourg, and the United States.

At Paris-Dauphine University, I studied under Prof. Francois Mariet and Prof. Dominique Roux. At the University of Luxembourg, I learned from Prof. Jean-Luc Arregle and Prof. Nicolas Jonard. Finally, at New York University, I worked under the supervision of Prof. Batia Wiesenfeld and Prof. Yaacov Trope.

After defending my dissertation with honors in 2014, I was offered a tenure track position at McGill University, in the Desautels Faculty of Management. McGill-Desautels awarded me tenure in 2022.


  • Associate Professor (with tenure), McGill-Desautels, 2022 – current
  • Assistant Professor (tenure track), McGill-Desautels, 2014 – 2022
  • Visiting Scholar, New York University, 2012 – 2014


  • Innovation in Teaching Award, McGill-Desautels (source), 2022
  • Professor of the Year, McGill University’s MUS (source), 2021
  • Finalist, INFORMS Dissertation Proposal Competition (source), 2013


  • Ph.D. in Management, Paris-Dauphine University & University of Luxembourg, 2014
  • M.Sc. in Management (Grande École), ESSEC Paris, 2009
  • M.Sc. in International Business, Sciences Po Paris, 2008
  • BA in Economics and English, Paris-West University, 2005

Curriculum Vitae