PhD Student, Cambridge Judge Business School
Email: [email protected]
Supervisors: Matthew Grimes and Jennifer Howard-Grenville
Research topic: Strategic identity positioning and innovation in the energy sector
Research interests: energy policy, climate change mitigation/adaptation, innovation, system dynamics, organisational identity
Biography: Ariel (Ari) de Fauconberg is a PhD candidate in the Organisational Theory & Information Systems group at Cambridge Judge Business School. She is co-supervised by Dr. Matthew Grimes (primary) and Prof. Jennifer Howard-Grenville.
Ari’s current research focuses on understanding the challenges that large organisations – particularly those in the oil and gas industry – face as they pursue alternative energy-related innovation. She is fully supported in her research as a Gates Cambridge Scholar. For more details about her current work, please refer to her CJBS webpage.
Prior to her PhD studies, Ari worked as a Research Fellow at Babson College, conducting studies on clean energy entrepreneurship and female-led, high growth, high-potential firms. Ari holds a Master of Philosophy in Innovation, Strategy & Organisation from the University of Cambridge, an MBA (Hons) from Bentley University, and a Master of Philosophy in Geography & the Environment (Dist.) from the University of Oxford.