My interest and fascination in human behaviour motivated me to pursue an honours undergraduate degree in Psychology. After completing my degree, I travelled and worked for a few years and then decided to go back to school and pursue a Masters of Science in Administration, which was a perfect marriage between my background in psychology and the psychology of the workplace. My research interests include organizational health and wellness, the aging workforce and knowledge transfer and management. I am also interested in the use of images in interviewing studies. I recently completed my Ph.D. which focussed on the aging workforce, retirement, and knowledge transfer and management.
My research has been featured at the Canadian Psychological Association, the Ontario and Canadian Gerontological Associations and I have been the recipient of the Best Paper Award from the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada in 2005 and 2011. I have also been featured in the Montreal Gazette, Reader’s Digest and the National Post.