Current & Upcoming Research
My current research projects include the following:
Study on how living and working together during the COVID-19 pandemic affects couples' lives.
Co-authors: Dr. Julian Barling and PhD candidate Anika Cloutier
Currently collecting and analyzing data
Exploring the demand-side strategies for gender equality in leadership.
Co-authors: Dr. Ingrid Chadwick and graduate student A. Hancock
In press, Journal of Managerial Psychology.
An analysis on a case study about a fictional drug called ISR-1.
Co-author: Dr. John Fiset
Under 3rd round review, Journal of Management Education
Select Journal Articles
01/ Relative subjective spousal status: How spouses impact leadership role occupancy (2020)
| Conference Presentation
02/ The ISR-1 Drug Case: An Experiential Exercise (2020) | Conference Presentation
03/ Who brings home the bacon? The impact of marital breadwinning role on political attitudes and behaviors (2020) | Conference Presentation
04/ Gender targeted policies: A story of reluctant support for closing the gender-leadership gap (2019) | Conference Presentation
05/ Learning from boardroom perspectives on leader character (2017) | Chapter in an edited book
06/ Directors' perspectives on leader character and corporate governance (2015) | Practitioner Article
07/ Leadership and project management teams (2015) | Chapter in an edited book
For a more detailed look into my experience, background, and research, please download my CV below:
External Grants: Total $264,388
2019-2024: Social Sciences & Humanities Research Council Insight Grant ($143,857)
2015-2019: Social Sciences & Humanities Research Council Insight Development Grant ($50,351)
2010: Social Sciences & Humanities Research Council Award - Doctoral Schorlarship ($40,000)
2009: Ontario Graduate Scholar, Government of Ontario ($15,000)
2008: Ontario Graduate Scholarship, Government of Ontario ($15,000)
Internal Grants: Total $38,600
2020: Harris Centre - West White Rose Employment Diversity Research Fund ($20,000)
2017: Memorial University Conference Travel Grant ($2,500)
2011: Queen's School of Business Award ($8,400)
2008: Melville S. Hatch Memorial Fellowship ($7,700)