Lucrezia Nava is an Assistant Professor of Management and Sustainability at the Zicklin School of Business at Baruch College, The City University of New York. She holds a PhD in Management from Esade Business School, Barcelona, in the Department of Society, Politics, and Sustainability. In her research, she investigates how organizational members interpret and respond to natural environmental stimuli, such as climate change or natural disasters. Her papers have been published in Journal of Management Studies, Business Ethics Quarterly, and others and received awards at conferences such as the Strategic Management Society annual conference (2019). Her work has been featured in media outlets such as the Financial Times. She is the co-founder of the Sustainability PhD Community and an elected member of the Academy of Management Organizations and the Natural Environment Division Communication Team. 

Before joining Baruch College, Lucrezia was an Assistant Professor at Bayes Business School, City University of London and a Postdoctoral Research Associate at the University of Cambridge Judge Business School (and Hughes Hall College), where she studied the perceptions of organizations and other stakeholders on climate change mitigation strategies, and in particular on negative emissions technologies and practices. She holds a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Management and International Management from Bocconi University in Milan and a CEMS Master’s degree in International Management.