Audrey L. Holm

I am a PhD Candidate in Management and Organizations at Boston University’s Questrom School of Business. I primarily adopt an ethnographic approach to reflect on how people experience and relate to their work, organizations and occupations.

My research focuses on inclusion and inequality and shifting work dynamics at the individual, relational and occupational levels. In my dissertation, I examine the work of counselors specialized in helping formerly incarcerated jobseekers.

I was a finalist in the INFORMS/Organization Science Dissertation Proposal Competition and for the Academy of Management's Louis Pondy Best Dissertation Paper Award, and was the recipient of Questrom’s 2020 Award for Outstanding Research by a Doctoral Student.

I hold a Master of Business Administration from ESSEC Business School in Paris, France. Prior to my doctoral studies, I worked as an operations manager, business development manager and consultant in the public transportation industry.

Publications

Anteby, Michel* and Audrey L. Holm* (2021). Translating Expertise across Work Contexts: U.S. Puppeteers Move from Stage to Screen, American Sociological Review, 86 (2): 310-340 . https://doi.org/10.1177/0003122420987199

*equal contribution of authors


Grodal, Stine, Michel Anteby and Audrey L. Holm (2021). Achieving Rigor in Qualitative Analysis: The Role of Active Categorization in Theory Building. Academy of Management Review, 46 (3), 591-612 https://doi.org/10.5465/amr.2018.0482

Click here for Stine Grodal's interview about this paper in the AMR Origins Series Episode 3.