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The Board of Governors, the primary governing body of the Academy, has legal and fiduciary accountability for the association and primary responsibility for direction setting and policy development.  The Board of Governors is comprised of 15 individuals, including the president, president elect, vice president and program chair, vice president elect and program chair elect, past president, nine representatives-at-large, all of whom are elected. The executive director and secretary-treasurer is an ex officio member of the Board.

Current members of the Academy of Management Board of Governors include:

2018-2019 Board of Governors

President: Carol T. Kulik
President Elect: Jacqueline A-M. Coyle-Shapiro
Vice President and Program Chair: Quinetta M. Roberson
Vice President Elect and Program Chair Elect: Herman Aguinis
Past President: Mary Ann Glynn

Representatives at Large: Diana Bilimoria, Elizabeth George, Søren H. Jensen, Aparna Joshi, Alison Konrad, Tammy L. Madsen, David Patient, Chris Quinn Trank, Batia Wiesenfeld

 
President - Carol T. Kulik, University of South Australia 

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Carol T. Kulik earned her Ph.D. from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and is a Research Professor of Human Resource Management at the University of South Australia. Her research focuses on understanding how management practices influence the fair treatment of people in organizations. Current projects include investigating strategies for closing the gender gap in salary negotiations, reducing stereotype threat among mature-age workers, and increasing access to employment for people with disabilities. Carol's research on gender and diversity has been recognized by the Academy of Management's Gender & Diversity in Organizations Division and the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology.
Carol is particularly interested in bridging the academic-practice divide and ensuring that academic research addresses problems of interest to the business community. Her book Human Resources for the non-HR Manager makes cutting-edge research on human resource issues accessible to both HR and non-HR managers alike. In addition, Carol also enthusiastically collaborates with research partners in the business community, including the Australian Senior Human Resources Roundtable and The 100% Project.
Carol has served two terms on the Organizational Behavior Division's Executive Committee, as Representative-at Large, and later as Division Chair. She has been an Associate Editor at the Journal of Management and is currently an Associate Editor at the Academy of Management Journal. She served on the Australian Research Council's College of Experts.

 
 
President-Elect & Coordinator of Professional Divisions - Jacqueline A-M. Coyle-Shapiro, London School of Economics

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Jacqueline A-M. Coyle-Shapiro is a Professor in Organizational Behaviour in the Department of Management at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) where she completed her PhD in 1996. Her prior leadership positions include serving as Chair of the Academy's OB Division 2014-15, Head of the Employment Relations and Organizational Behaviour Group at the LSE from 2010-2013 and Senior Editor at the Journal of Organizational Behaviour from 2007-2012.  She has held a number of visiting positions in the US, Australia, France, Ireland and, taught in Singapore, Colombia, Norway, Germany and Portugal.She has co-edited two special issues of journals and two books on the employee-organization relationship: The Employment Relationship: Examining Psychological and Contextual Perspectives (2004) and The Employee-Organization Relationship: Applications for the 21st Century (2012).  Her research interests include employment relationships, psychological contracts, social exchange theory and, organizational citizenship behaviour. She has published in such journals as the Academy of Management Journal, Journal of Applied Psychology and Journal of Organizational Behavior. Her current work examines ideological currency and calling and; employee-organization relationships and health.Within the Academy, she has served on a number of Awards Committees (the Terry Book Award and the OB Division's Cummings Scholarly Achievement Award, for example), the AOM Second Conference Taskforce, Cross-Divisional Roundtable Committee and, more recently, the Division and Interest Group Relations Committee. She has participated in a number of Junior Faculty Workshops and Doctoral Consortiums for several Divisions (ODC, OB and HR).

 
 
Vice President & Program Chair - Quinetta M. Roberson, Villanova University

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Quinetta Roberson is the Fred J. Springer Endowed Chair in Business Leadership and a Professor of Management at Villanova University, formerly an Associate Professor of Human Resource Studies at Cornell University. She has had the amazing opportunity to be a visiting scholar at universities on every continent (except Antarctica, but there's still time) and to serve as a program director at the National Science Foundation. Prior to earning her Ph.D. from the University of Maryland, she obtained undergraduate and graduate degrees in finance and worked as a financial analyst.
Quinetta's research and teaching interests are in the fields of human resource management and organizational behavior – specifically, the experience and effects of diversity and fairness in organizations.
Her work has been published in AOM journals, such as Academy of Management Annals, Academy of Management Journal, and Academy of Management Review, as well as other top journals in the field. She has served as an Associate Editor at Journal of Applied Psychology, served on several editorial boards, and is a Fellow of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology.
Quinetta has been an active member of the Academy of Management for over 20 years. In addition to actively contributing to, and reviewing for, the annual PDW and scholarly programs, she has worked various leadership roles, including: New Doctoral Student Consortium planning committee, Human Resources Division Best Student Paper Committee Chair, Gender and Diversity in Organizations Division Executive Board, Diversity & Inclusion Theme Committee Chair, and Representative-at-Large on the Board of Governors.

 
 
Vice President-Elect & Program Chair-Elect - Herman Aguinis, George Washington University

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Herman Aguinis is the Avram Tucker Distinguished Scholar at the George Washington University School of Business. Previously, he held the John F. Mee Chair in Management in the Kelley School of Business, Indiana University. He has held visiting scholar positions at universities in Australia, China, France, Spain, Singapore, South Africa, Malaysia, Puerto Rico, and Argentina. His multi-disciplinary, multi-method, and multi-level research addresses the acquisition, development, and deployment of human capital in organizations and organizational research methods.
He has published about 150 journal articles (e.g., AMJ, AMR, SMJ, JAP) and eight books including Performance Management and Regression Analysis for Categorical Moderators, delivered more than 125 presentations at universities in about 20 countries, and secured US $5 million in extramural funds (e.g., National Science Foundation). His research has been featured by Forbes, The Economist, Bloomberg Businessweek, USA Today, and other media.
A Fellow of the Academy of Management, he received the AOM Practice Theme Committee Scholar Practice Impact Award recognizing an outstanding scholar who has had an impact on policy making and managerial and organizational practices, the Research Methods Division Distinguished Career Award for lifetime contributions, and the Entrepreneurship Division IDEA Thought Leader Award. In addition, he received best-article-of-the-year awards from five different journals. He also received Indiana University’s Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Building Bridges Award for promoting equality, equity, diversity, and justice. 
He served as editor-in-chief of Organizational Research Methods and guest editor for special issues of Journal of Management on bridging micro and macro research domains and Personnel Psychology on corporate social responsibility. Selective examples of service to the Academy of Management include President of the Iberoamerican Academy of Management, Task Force Member for redesigning the Academy meetings, and Chair of the Research Methods Division.

 
 
Past President - Mary Ann Glynn, Boston College

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Mary Ann Glynn is Joseph F. Cotter Professor of Management & Organization, Research Director of the Winston Center for Leadership & Ethics, and, by courtesy, Professor of Sociology at Boston College.  She is also an Honorary "Adjungeret Professor," Copenhagen Business School, and faculty affiliate, Stanford University's SCANCOR-Boston.  An AOM Fellow, Mary Ann has actively served the Academy for the last 30 years, as Representative-at-Large (two 3-year terms each for Board of Governors and OMT), as Executive Officer for the MOC division (five-year term); and contributor to multiple AOM task forces, committees, and consortia.  Born, raised, and educated in NYC, Mary Ann earned her Ph.D. at Columbia University.  She served on the faculties of Yale and Emory Universities, as well as the University of Michigan and Harvard Business School, in visiting positions.  A member of the editorial boards of AMJ, AMR, and Organization Science, Mary Ann received outstanding reviewer awards from all three journals; she has also been an editor for Journal of Management Inquiry and guest co-editor for AMR.
Teaching and research are core to her identity.  Mary Ann is an MBA "instructor with impact" and an influential mentor to PhD students.  As a researcher, she builds bridges across theoretical and methodological domains to bring together different sets of ideas and people.  Currently, her work focuses on collective identity, cultural entrepreneurship, and institutionalism, in the context of market categories and fields.  Mary Ann has published in the top management journals, as well as those in sociology and psychology; her research twice received AOM's IDEA Thought Leader Award.

 
Representative-at-Large - Diana Bilimoria, Case Western Reserve University
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Diana Bilimoria, Ph.D., serves as KeyBank Professor and Chair of the Department of Organizational Behavior at the Weatherhead School of Management, Case Western Reserve University. Her research interests focus on gender, diversity, equity and inclusion in governance and leadership, and organizational transformation. She has published in leading journals and contributed to several edited volumes, as well as co-authored several books including Women in STEM Careers: International Perspectives on Increasing Workforce Participation, Advancement and Leadership, and Gender Equity in Science and Engineering: Advancing Change in Higher Education.
In a five-year track, Diana has served as the Chair of the Gender and Diversity in Organizations (GDO) Division of the Academy of Management. She has also served as the editor of the Journal of Management Education, and on the editorial boards of several journals. She has received multiple research grants from the National Science Foundation. In recent years she has received the Scholarly Contributions to Educational Practice Advancing Women in Leadership Award from the GDO Division, the Weatherhead School of Management Enduring Research Impact Award, the Janet Chusmir Distinguished Service Award from the GDO Division, the Weatherhead School of Management Teaching Excellence Award, and the Weatherhead School of Management’s Doctoral Teaching Excellence Award.

 
 
Representative-at-Large - Elizabeth George, University of Auckland

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Elizabeth George (Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin) is Professor of Management in the Graduate School of Management of the University of Auckland. She has held academic positions at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Australian Graduate School of Management, University of Queensland and Western Michigan University as well as visiting positions at Duke University and the Indian School of Business.
Elizabeth has an active research interest in nonstandard work arrangements and diversity in the workplace. Her work has been published in major international academic journals such as Academy of Management Review, Academy of Management Journal, Administrative Science Quarterly, Journal of Applied Psychology, Organization Science and the Academy of Management Annals. In addition, her research has been used by the International Labor Organization and the US Society for Human Resource Management to help inform public policy and management practice.
Elizabeth has been a member of the Academy of Management since 1992, and has attended every meeting since 1994. She has served two terms on the executive of the Managerial and Organizational Cognition Division, the first as International Rep-at-Large and later as Division Chair. She has also served on various committees including the Cummings Achievement Award Committee and the William H. Newman Award Committee. She is a currently co-editor-in-chief of Organizational Psychology Review, associate editor for a second term on the Academy of Management Annals, and on the editorial boards of Academy of Management Journal and Academy of Management Discoveries.

 
 
Representative-at-Large - Søren Henning Jensen, Copenhagen Business School

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Søren H. Jensen holds an MSc in Economics and Business Administration and a Ph.D. in Strategy and Leadership from Copenhagen Business School. He works as an associate professor in Strategy and leadership at CBS. Søren has served two turns as Division Chair for the Management Consulting Division. He has also been the Danish ambassador for the Entrepreneurship Division. Søren is currently part of the steering committee for the AOM Specialized Conference: Big Data and Managing in a Digital Economy. Søren is a faithful participant in the annual AOM conference where he has often served as session chair as well as participated in his papers or symposia and PDWs.
His research interest is knowledge-intensive companies, particularly Professional Service Firms. Curiosity drives Søren’s research towards the managerial and organizational challenges and potential they hold and an interest in improving practice while informing the field of knowledge. He has co-authored a book on the topic and written numerous articles and book chapters. In addition, he authored a chapter on F. W. Taylor in the Palgrave Handbook on Organizational Change Thinkers of Change, which to date remain the most downloaded chapter. Søren has recently been invited to write teaching cases on Big Data by Sage publishing.
In addition to his research activities, Søren works as a reviewer for the Service Industries Journal. Søren is program director for BSc in Service Management at CBS and has previously been the program coordinator for the MSc in International Marketing and Management, one of the most prestigious programs at CBS.

 
 
Representative-at-Large - Aparna Joshi, Pennsylvania State University

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Aparna Joshi is a prolific and award winning researcher in the areas of diversity, gender issues at work, leadership and collaboration in global teams, generational issues in the workplace, and international and cross-cultural management issues. She is currently the Arnold Family Professor of Management at the Smeal College of Business, Pennsylvania State University. Prior to joining Penn State, she was on the faculty of the University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana. Her work in the area of gender dynamics in engineering work groups was awarded a National Science Foundation grant in 2010. Her research appears in the top journals in the field of management such as the Administrative Science Quarterly, Academy of Management Review, Academy of Management Journal, Journal of Applied Psychology, OBHDP, and Organization Science. Aparna's work has received the Academy of Management's Saroj Parasuraman Award in 2010, the Dorothy Harlow Distinguished Paper Award in 2006 and 2008, the Ulrich-Lake Award for Outstanding Contribution to the Human Resource Management Journal and has also been featured in the Cincinnati Enquirer, USA Today, and the Times of India. She is currently an Associate Editor for the Academy of Management Journal. She has also served on the editorial boards of AMJ and OBHDP, as a guest co-editor for AMR, and on a number of committees for the HR and OB divisions.  She was awarded the 2014 Cummings Award for Early to Mid-Career Scholarly Achievement, one of the highest professional honors in the field, by the Organizational Behavior Division of the Academy of Management. 

 
 
Representative-at-Large - Alison M. Konrad, Western University (Canada)

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Alison M. Konrad, Ph.D.  I am a Professor of Organizational Behavior and holder of the Corus Entertainment Chair in Women in Management at the Ivey Business School, Western University in Ontario, CANADA.  My research interests focus upon making organizations more diverse and inclusive to reflect the stakeholder communities that they serve.  I have published over 50 scholarly articles in journals such as the Academy of Management Journal, the Academy of Management Learning & Education, Administrative Science Quarterly, Equality, Diversity & Inclusion, Human Resource Management, Organization Management Journal, Psychological Bulletin, and the Strategic Management Journal.  I was Program Chair for the Women in Management Division in 1995 and worked to change the name to Gender and Diversity in Organizations as Chair and Past Chair of the Division.  I was VP of Program for the Eastern Academy of Management in 1996, served as President in 1998 and became an EAM Fellow in 2004.  I have served on many Editorial Boards and was Editor of Group & Organization Management from 2003 to 2007.  I am convinced that our editorial processes strive for fairness and excellence and have progressed substantially since the early 1990s.  However, we face the ongoing challenges of privileging functionalist work, quantitative work, and North American-centric work in our system of knowledge creation.  As a Representative at Large on the AOM Board of Governors, I will work to develop policies for dealing with both ongoing and emerging issues in our publication processes in ways that better serve all sectors of the AOM membership. 
 

 
 
Representative-at-Large - Tammy L. Madsen, Santa Clara University

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Tammy L. Madsen (Ph.D., UCLA) is an Associate Dean and Professor of Strategic Management, Leavey School of Business, Santa Clara University, where she has received the University President’s Special Recognition Award. Integrating work in strategy, innovation, and organizational evolution, her research spans several themes: competitive heterogeneity, temporary advantage and cohort effects; disruptive shocks and organization, industry and cluster evolution; and co-innovation platforms and interfirm collaboration.
Tammy’s research has received various awards from the Strategic Management (STR) Division, AOM, including the Glueck Best Paper Award, and appears in outlets such as: Strategic Management Journal, Organization Science, Journal of Management Studies, Industrial and Corporate Change, and Journal of Knowledge Management. She recently co-authored Modern Competitive Strategy with Gordon Walker (2016:4e, McGraw-Hill Press).
Tammy serves on the editorial review boards of the Strategic Management Journal, Academy of Management Review, and Organization Science, and on the Board of Editors, Strategic Management Review. She has been actively engaged in professional service throughout her career. For the AOM, she has served as Assistant Program Chair, Program Chair and Division Chair of the Strategic Management Division. For the Strategic Management Society, she is Associate Director of the SRF’s Dissertation Grant Program, and has served on the Competitive Strategy Interest Group’s executive committee. She began her professional career as a test and evaluation engineer for the weapon control systems on the F14 aircraft. She subsequently worked as a design engineer and program manager at Delco Electronics, General Motors. In her downtime, you’ll find her surfing or ocean swimming.

 
 
Representative-at-Large - David Patient, Católica-Lisbon School of Business and Economics (Portugal)

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David Patient is an Associate Professor at Católica-Lisbon School of Business and Economics in Lisbon, Portugal, where he is also Associate Dean and Academic Director of the Lisbon MBA. He has a law degree from University College London (UK) and an MBA and a PhD in Organizational Behavior from the Sauder School of Business at the University of British Columbia (Canada). His research interests include organizational justice, managerial communication, and teams. David is particularly interested in how the communication of negative news can affect employee attitudes, motivation, and fairness perceptions. His work has been published in Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, Journal of Management, Strategic Management Journal, Journal of Organizational Behavior, and Organization Studies. David has lived in many countries and has recently taught in India, Tunisia, France, Germany, Poland, and Angola. During his more than 15 years of membership in the Academy of Management, David has not missed an annual conference, and has chaired and/or participated in numerous symposia, workshops, paper sessions, and social events. David also served in the International Theme Committee, as Chair of Emerald Award for Best International Symposium (2010) and the Carolyn Dexter Award for Best International Paper (2012), and as Committee Chair (2013). David was invited to found and chair (2014-2016) an International Committee for the Organizational Behavior Division, with the aim to better welcome, support, and address the needs of the division's increasingly international membership.  

 
 
Representative-at-Large - Christine Quinn Trank, Vanderbilt University

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Christine Quinn Trank is on the faculty of Vanderbilt University's Peabody College of Education and Human Development.  As Associate Professor of the Practice, she teaches organization theory and behavior in the Leadership, Policy and Organizations department.  Trank received her Ph.D. in Business at the University of Iowa and has been a part of the Academy of Management since 1992.  Chris has served as associate editor of Academy of Management Review and is currently editor of Academy of Management Learning and Education.  She was also co-editor of Journal of Management Inquiry, and has been on many editorial boards, including Academy of Management Journal and Academy of Management Discoveries.
Chris has served on committees in the Organizational Behavior, Organization and Management Theory, and Management Education and Development divisions, received the Service Excellence Award from Academy of Management Learning and Education and has been recognized as top reviewer on three different Academy of Management journals.  Chris is a regular volunteer facilitator on teaching roundtables for various divisions, as well as for writers' workshops for those new to the scholarship of teaching, learning and education.
Her research has been published in several journals, including Academy of Management Review, Academy of Management Learning and Education, and Organizational Research Methods.  Her research has focused on the institutional environment of education, but most recently she has turned her attention to the role of compassion in our research methods, as well as rhetorical history as strategy in educational organizations such as Teach for America and charter schools.

 
 
Representative-at-Large - Batia Mishan Wiesenfeld , New York University

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Batia Mishan Wiesenfeld is the Andre J.L. Koo Professor of Management and Chair of the Department of Management and Organizations at the Leonard N. Stern School of Business, New York University. She received her Ph.D. in Management and Organizational Behavior from the Columbia University Graduate School of Business. Batia's current role at NYU involves her in new programs and extending our global reach because NYU prides itself on being a global network university.
Batia's teaching and research interests focus on the management of organizational change, drawing upon justice, identity, and construal level lenses. She studies organizations in various industries undergoing downsizing, restructuring and technology-induced change, exploring how to maintain the productivity and commitment of remaining employees. She also studies virtual and mobile work, online communities and the careers of top executives and directors. Her work often combines lab and field methodologies, and makes empirical and conceptual contributions.
Batia has published her work in top organizations journals as well as top psychology journals, and currently serves as a Senior Editor of the Journal Organization Science. Current and former editorial board memberships include Administrative Science Quarterly, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, Organizational Psychology Review, and Academy of Management Perspectives. She served as Representative-at-Large for the Organizational Behavior Division, and have actively contributed to the MOC, OMT, and CM divisions as well.

 
 

 

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