Nahyun Oh is a Ph.D. candidate at the Robert J. Trulaske, Sr. College of Business, University of Missouri-Columbia. She expects to graduate in May 2018. Her primary research interests include entrepreneurial teams, social entrepreneurship, resource acquisition for entrepreneurial firms, and team/organizational culture. In her dissertation, she investigates how social ventures successfully attract resources from prospective investors including venture philanthropy-oriented foundations and how social ventures’ need for resource acquisition shapes a series of important strategic decisions. Her works are published in Human Resource Management and the Journal of Personnel Psychology, and several projects are either currently under review or soon to be submitted to major research journals. She has presented at the Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management (AOM), The Annual Social Entrepreneurship Conference, and The IESE-LUISS Conference on Responsibility, Sustainability, and Social Entrepreneurship. She and her colleagues won the Douglas Nigh Award at IM division at the Annual Meeting of the AOM, Atlanta, 2017 for the paper titled “Age-based social status, team safety climate, and innovation: Overcoming culture with team effects”. Her teaching interests include entrepreneurship and strategy. She has taught the undergraduate capstone strategy course and is teaching the undergraduate introductory entrepreneurship course. She received an M.S. in Business Administration from Korea University in 2013 and a B.A. in English Language Education from Seoul National University in 2011.