Kate is a current doctoral student. She received her BA in Cognitive Science from the University of Pennsylvania in 2014, magna cum laude, and received her MS in I-O Psychology from Georgia Tech in 2020. Her interests, broadly, include worker well-being, work-family balance, and gender issues in the workplace, specifically for women in management.
Lauren is a current doctoral student in the WFH lab. She graduated from Florida State University in 2020 with dual bachelor's degrees in psychology and international affairs, summa cum laude. Her interests largely relate to worker well-being, including recovery from work, resilience in the workplace, and burnout. She is also interested in the negotiation of home roles in dual-income households.
Becca is a first year I/O Psychology doctoral student in the Work Family Health Lab. She graduated from St. Olaf College in 2019 with a B.A. in Psychology and a concentration in management studies. Her interests include worker health, work-family conflict, burnout, diversity, and mindfulness interventions in the workplace.
Julia Bartlewski is a 3rd year majoring in Psychology and minoring in Health and Medical Sciences. She loves art, exercising, and walks in Piedmont Park in her free time. She has been a part of the WFH lab since January 2021 and is currently working on the NSF project, which is investigating resilience in the working adult population. She is very interested in public health, medicine/clinical work, and the cognitive/physiological effects of burnout.
Olivia is a current second-year student dual majoring in Economics and International Affairs along with Business Administration. She loves watching movies and going on walks in her spare time. Olivia has been a part of the WFH lab since January 2021 and is currently a member of the NSF project, which focuses on investigating resilience in the working adult population. She is particularly interested in diversity and burnout.
Savonte McCuller is a 5th year majoring in psychology. She loves napping, meaningful conversations, and curling up with a good book and warm cup of tea. She has been part of the WFH lab since January 2021 and is currently working on the resilience and recovery project which is about self-regulation during role transitions. She is very interested in the areas of gender dynamics at home and in the workplace as well as how increasing use of digital technology will impact the relationship between work and sense of self.
Rebecca Scotto is a 3rd year majoring in neuroscience. She loves exercising and reading in her free time. She has been part of the WFH lab since January and is currently working on the Self-Regulated Commute project. She is very interested in the areas of public health and industrial organizational psychology
Catherine is a current second-year Psychology student and plans to minor in Spanish. She loves to hang out with her friends in her free time, usually playing card games, watching movies, or painting. She has been a part of the WFH lab since Fall of 2021 working on our Self-Reg project, which studies conflicts between work and family. She is very interested in Educational Psychology and hopes to continue her education in grad school after completing her undergrad.
Caroline Shewmaker is a 3rd year double majoring in Business Administration and Psychology at Georgia Tech. She joined The Foundation Lab in Spring 2021. Her interests include coding, worker well being and burnout, and role transitions.
Sofie-Ellen Stroeva is a 3rd year majoring in Biology under pre-med track. She loves golfing, painting and volunteering at CHOA. She has been part of the WFH Lab since January 2021 and is currently working on our Self-Regulated Commuter project which is studying the relationship of commute time and conflicts relating to work and family responsibilities. She is very interested in medicine, plans to attend medical school, and aspires to become a surgeon.
Avery Timmons is a 3rd year majoring in Neuroscience with a concentration in prehealth and minoring in Computer Science. She loves finding coffee shops in Atlanta and upcycling her thrift finds. She has been part of the WFH Lab since January 2021 and is currently working on our NSF project which is investigating resilience in working adult populations. She is very interested in the areas of cognitive deficits resulting from overwork and burnout.
Cole is a senior majoring in Psychology at Georgia State University. He loves soccer. He has been part of the WFH Lab since January of 2021 and is currently working on our NSF project. He is very interested in the areas of recovery from work and burnout.
Seung is a 4th year majoring in psychology. He loves playing basketball and collecting sneakers. He has been part of the WFH Lab since January 2021 and is currently working on our Self-Reg project which is studying conflicts between work and family duties. He is very interested in the areas of psychology of aging and public health.