Emily Truelove is a researcher with a decade of experience studying leadership, innovation and organizational change in firms around the world. She is currently a PhD candidate in Organization Studies at MIT Sloan School of Management.
Truelove has presented her research in settings ranging from the International Design Forum in Dubai to London Business School to the Greater Boston Executive Program at MIT Sloan. She has published in outlets including Harvard Business Review and Business Strategy Review.
Previously, Truelove was a research associate at Harvard Business School and coauthored over a dozen case studies on leadership, culture and organizational change. She was also a researcher at ICEDR, a consortium of global companies focused on global talent management. Truelove has lived and worked in South Africa and Malaysia. She holds a master’s degree in Human Development and Psychology from Harvard’s Graduate School of Education and a degree in English from Johns Hopkins University.