My research applies concepts of organization studies and adult learning to address issues of power and privilege in relation to marginalized groups' (especially women's) experiences of leadership, emotion management, and organizational contexts.
Research Student Supervision InterestsMy research applies concepts of adult learning and organization studies to address issues of power and privilege in relation to marginalized groups' (especially women's) experiences of leadership, emotion management, and organizational contexts. My current research has two core strands. One applies gender mainstreaming approaches to facilitate equity within organizations. The other explores how academic activism can deconstruct power in higher education organizations to create equity within and beyond universities. If you are interested in working with me on a PhD, please contact me with a brief idea of your proposed project to initiate a dialogue and explore possible mutual interest.
PhD, Human Resource Management, Tilburg University
A framework of power: Shaping the 'critical' in human resource development
EdD, Education, George Washington University
Emotion work as instrumental action: The pursuit of goals in an organizational context1 Aug 2016 - 31 Dec 2099
MA, Humanities, Georgetown University
Chaucer's Prioress: Myth or misfit?
Engineering, United States Air Force Academy
Academic Fellow, Chartered Institute of Personnel & Development (CIPD),1 Jul 2018 -