research question

Can Networks Regulate Emotion?

About Me

I am a PhD candidate and management researcher at Emory University’s Goizueta Business School. My research addresses how individuals use networks for emotion regulation. I examine how networks shape employee emotions, well-being, and performance, using a variety of methodologies: social network analysis, field and online surveys, experiments,  archival datasets, natural-language processing, and various qualitative approaches.

My industry experience includes advising C-suite executives as a strategy senior manager at Accenture Strategy, designing engaging employee experiences at Google, and marketing top television shows at Sony Pictures Television.  In my spare time, I enjoy creating content integrating faith, research, and personal development on my YouTube channel,  traveling, and enjoying all Shonda Rhimes’ shows. I earned an M.B.A from Stephen M. Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan and a B.A. in Broadcast Journalism and a second major in Advertising from Seaver College of Pepperdine University.

Ashlyee Freeman

Management Scholar, PhD Candidate

Research Interests

My experience advising the world's leading organizations
fuels my academic curiosity about...

Emotion Regulation

Microfoundations of Networks

Symbolic Management

my mission

Transforming how we work by designing engaging experiences and developing whole-self leaders

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