ACADEMIC POSITIONS

August 2020 - present                    Associate Professor of Management

                                                        Carson College of Business

                                                        Washington State University

July 2014 - August 2020                 Assistant Professor of Management

                                                        Carson College of Business

                                                        Washington State University

 

EDUCATION

 

2014                                                PhD in Business Administration

                                                        Sauder School of Business

                                                        University of British Columbia

 

2009                                                MSc in Industrial/Organizational                                                                              Psychology

                                                        University of Western Ontario

 

2007                                                Honors BA in Psychology

                                                        University of Western Ontario

 

RESEARCH INTERESTS

 

Broadly, I am interested in studying the mechanisms by which gender inequality in organizations is produced and reproduced. I examine this research question primarily by investigating gender stereotypes and how they impact women's and men's workplace outcomes. 

Most of the projects I am currently working on fall into one of the categories below:

  • Gender and leadership/entrepreneurship:

    • Women's leadership aspirations

    • Benevolent sexism 

    • Intrasexual conflict; stereotypes about women's same-sex conflict

    • Gender and stress

    • Gender and entrepreneurial success

    • Fragile masculinity

  • Social sexual behavior at work:

    • Outcomes for women and men of enjoyed social sexual behavior

  • Attractiveness biases:

    • Gender, attractiveness, and workplace outcomes