I am a Teaching Fellow in Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Strategy Enterprise and Innovation department at Portsmouth Business School.

Previously, I studied and worked at the University of Edinburgh Business School, where I finished my PhD and worked as a Teaching Associate.

Before starting my Master in Management and PhD, I worked as a Product Developer for several years in the creative industries.

For my research, I study the interface between technology and design and how it influences the innovation process. Mainly of interdisciplinary nature, my research borrows from Science and Technology Studies and consumption of culture to understand the emergence and social shaping of product and technology.

As an Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (HEA) UK, my teaching philosophy is to deliver an inspirational, engaging and inclusive environment for students’ learning.

Furthermore, to offer students with industry-ready knowledge and skills to bring positive change to business and society.

I can self-certify as an amateur squash player and a running enthusiast who likes to run in the hills.

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Career highlights

  • Presenting my research at multiple conferences, including at the Academy of Management (AOM) in Chicago and the European Group for Organizational Studies (EGOS) in Copenhagen

MSc Innovation Management and Entrepreneurship

Innovation professional

Master the techniques and contemporary skills needed to establish yourself as a creative, proficient business leader.

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