Ovul Sezer is a doctoral candidate in the Organizational Behavior Unit at the Harvard Business School. In her main stream of research, she focuses on how the ways that people present themselves influence interpersonal interactions and behavioral outcomes. In particular, she studies antecedents and consequences of self-presentation, explaining how self-presentational motives influence behavior. Broadly, she uses self-presentational perspective to offer insight into leadership, decision-making, negotiations and behavior change.
Ovul graduated with honors from Harvard University with an A.B in Applied Mathematics.