Welcome! I am a PhD candidate in Organizational Behavior & Theory at Carnegie Mellon University’s Tepper School of Business.
My research interests lie at the intersection of organizational theory, knowledge management, and human capital development. Broadly, I explore how the interplay of pecuniary and social incentives shapes networks and performance. My research has been recognized with the Carnegie Mellon University Presidential Fellowship, which is awarded by the university to doctoral students who have contributed an impactful body of work to their field of research.
I received my BBA and my MA in international economics from Seoul National University in Korea. In my free time, I enjoy boxing, mountaineering, attending concerts, and cheering for the Pittsburgh Penguins.
Please use the links below to see more about my research, my teaching experiences, and my CV.