Michelle is a Lecturer in Technology and Entrepreneurship, Programme Director of BSc International Business and a member of the International Business, Strategy and Innovation group (IBSI). Her research interests relate to the sociology of entrepreneurship, refugee entrepreneurship, social inclusion and social enterprise. Michelle’s current research focuses on refugee entrepreneurship and measuring the impact of refugee entrepreneurship programmes.
Her recent publications have explored how entrepreneurs create and share meaning aided by social technologies (see Technological Forecasting and Social Change, Information Technology and People and Information Systems Frontiers).
She is an experienced and well-received teacher, most recently delivering research modules to MBA and Executive Education students and developing and delivering MSc modules on sources of funding and understanding business failure.