Stephanie applies over five years of experience in Industrial/Organizational Psychology research to help companies understand and utilize best practices in Human Capital. She specializes in employee selection and development, engagement, organizational culture, and strategic planning.
Stephanie graduated with honors from Creighton University in 2012 and was given the Outstanding Scholar Award for the Department of Psychology. While completing her Master’s degree at the University of Nebraska—Omaha in Industrial / Organizational Psychology, she received the Graduate Research and Creative Activity Grant. As a member of the UNO Center for Collaboration Science, she created and implemented a virtual leadership development program for rural Nebraska leaders.
Stephanie wrote her thesis under the direction of Dr. Roni Reiter-Palmon about team psychological safety and information exchange in virtual leadership development. She has presented her research regionally and nationally on using meetings to empower, perceptions of creativity across different domains, self-perceptions of creativity, and the use of case-based learning in leadership development. Her work has been published in the Journal of Business Research, Management Research Review, and the Cambridge Handbook of Meeting Science.
She is a member of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, American Psychological Association and Omaha Organizational Development Network. Stephanie is also Vice Chair of the fundraising committee for the Friends of Nebraska Children Board.
Master of Arts | Industrial / Organizational Psychology
University of Nebraska- Omaha | Omaha, NE
Bachelor of Arts | Psychology
Creighton University | Omaha, NE
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