Tag: fellow

Ivy E. Sackey

Dr. Ivy Efua Sackey is a Fellow of the West African Post Graduate College of Nurses/Midwives, a capacity builder, teacher, and an inspiring leader who is passionate about general nursing, adolescent, and women’s health, reproductive, maternal, and child health issues. She is also a member of the Institute of Directors (IoD) Ghana, and is a gifted strategist who takes a holistic approach to transforming organizations through resource identification, project management, partnership development, Read more [...]
Diego Arias

Diego Arias

Diego Arias earnt his Ph.D. in Management at IESE Business School. His research is focused on the integration of fields between business ethics and organizational theory. As a qualitative scholar, Diego’s research concentrates on the topics of corporate purpose, identity and authenticity, and corporate social responsibility. His current work explores how social entrepreneurs’ identity changes over time. This research explores the changes that occurred to social entrepreneurs’ self-concept Read more [...]

Ayse Yemiscigil

Ayse Yemiscigil, PhD, is an Assistant Professor of Organizational Behavior at Fordham University’s Gabelli School of Business and a Research Affiliate with The Human Flourishing Program at Harvard University. Professor Yemiscigil’s research brings a humanistic lens to leadership development and management. Using an interdisciplinary approach, she studies how leaders cultivate humanistic ideals such as flourishing and wellbeing, meaning, purpose, and authenticity in themselves, organizations, Read more [...]

Clark H. Warner

Clark H. Warner Clark H. Warner is a doctoral candidate in management science at the Toulouse School of Management, specializing in organizational behavior. Clark’s research interests span the range of factors that influence ethical decision making at various levels. His dissertation research is in behavioral ethics with a focus on the development and use of intuition in ethical decision making. In a series of experiments, he has shown that using incentives to generate repeated behavior in Read more [...]

Hooria Jazaieri

Hooria Jazaieri Hooria Jazaieri is an Assistant Professor of Management at the Leavey School of Business at Santa Clara University. Prior to joining LSB, she was a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University. She received her PhD from the University of California, Berkeley in Social Psychology, her MA from Santa Clara University in Counseling Psychology, and her BS from the University of Washington in Psychology. Outside of academia, she has professional Read more [...]

Oliver Laasch

Oliver Laasch Oliver is a Senior Lecturer in Entrepreneurship and Innovation at the University of Manchester, and an Adjunct Associate Professor of Strategy at the University of Nottingham Ningbo China. He previously filled academic full-time roles at, Steinbeis University Berlin (Germany), the Tecnologico de Monterrey (Mexico) and Seoul National University (South Korea) and visiting positions at the University of Tübingen’s Global Ethic Institute and at Copenhagen Business School. His research Read more [...]

Celeste Diaz Ferraro, Penn State University, SMEAL College of Business

Celeste Diaz Ferraro, a PhD candidate in management, organization studies and social thought at Penn State University, joined IHMA in 2017 to engage in a vibrant community bridging the divide between scholars and practitioners. Her research attempts to uncover ways business can be used as a tool to support human dignity, well-being and resilience, while her teaching and public engagement help individuals and communities leverage this knowledge for impact.

Dr. Reut Livne-Tarandach – Humanistic Management Fellow

Dr. Reut Livne-Tarandach is an Assistant Professor of Management at Manhattan College’s O’Malley School of Business. Her scholarly work focuses on the conditions and processes underlying the phenomenon of renewal. In her research Reut draws from mixed methods and field research to weave together theories of compassion, novelty, and change that explore how and why individuals, teams and/or organizations can simultaneously build on and transcend their past.

Dr. Sophia Town – Arizona State University

Dr. Sophia Town earned her Ph.D. in organizational communication from Arizona State University. Her research, which spans the fields of organizational communication and management, is humanistic, use-inspired and guided by one key question: “How can scholars and practitioners promote human flourishing in organizations?”

Anke Winchenbach – School of Hospitality and Tourism Management at the University of Surrey, UK

Anke Winchenbach is an ESRC funded PhD researcher and teaching fellow in the School of Hospitality and Tourism Management at the University of Surrey, UK. Her research focuses on understanding livelihood diversification from fishing into tourism in coastal communities in the UK. Utilising dignity as the guiding concept, the project will explore how people experience and understand their lives in relation to their work in times of social change and declining natural resources