Jax is a doctoral candidate in the Strategy & Innovation Department at Boston University's Questrom School of Business and was recently named a 2016 Kauffman Dissertation Fellow. Her research explores strategy and technology evolution in early stage entrepreneurial firms developing revolutionary and disruptive technologies. Her dissertation entitled: “How Strategy Evolves in Entrepreneurial Nascent Technology Firms” is a longitudinal field study of the strategy and technology product evolution at seven early stage energy and cleantech hardware firms.
Jax holds a bachelor of science from MIT in Ocean Engineering with a minor in Mechanical Engineering as well as a master of science in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering also from MIT. She received an MBA with high honors from Boston University. For more than a decade, Jax has taught science and engineering through live demonstrations at the Museum of Science Boston.
INFORMS/Organization Science Dissertation Proposal Competition Finalist, INFORMS College of Organization Science, Research. (September 16, 2014).
INFORMS College of Organization Science Dissertation Proposal Competition Finalist