“I will not follow where the path may lead, but I will go where there is no path, and I will leave a trail.” ~ Muriel Strode
I have the best job in the world! As an Assistant Professor of Management, I am privileged with the responsibility of advancing knowledge through research and developing future leaders by teaching courses in Leadership and Organizational Behavior, Health Systems Management, and Structural Dynamics of Healthcare.
In my research, I investigate ways in which we define our self-concept by our organizations and professions, how social identity influences propensity to lead, and how women leaders experience subtle gender bias. I frequently lecture, present, and offer training opportunities on these and other organizationally-relevant topics.
Have an interesting idea for a collaboration? Need a presenter at your event or training session? Feel free to contact me through the forms in the Research and Presentation pages.