Current Members

Graduate Students

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 current doctoral student in the WFH lab. She graduate from St. Olaf College in 2019 with a bachelor’s degree in psychology and a concentration in management studies. Her interests include worker health, work design, burnout, and DEI.

Undergraduate Students

Claudia is a third-year biology major in the pre-health track and minoring in Spanish. In her free time, she likes to read, listen to music, spend time at coffee shops, and play with her dog. She has been a part of the WFH lab since January 2022 and is currently working on the NSF project which investigates resilience in working adults. She is very interested in medicine, pediatrics, and plans to attend medical school.

Hope is a 3rd year Psychology major at Georgia Tech. She became a part of the WFH lab in August 2022 and will be working on the NSF project. Hope is interested in the interconnected impact of the home and work environment on the wellbeing of working adults. In her free time, she enjoys reading, writing poetry, and eating chocolate. In the future, she hopes to study clinical mental health counseling.

Metztli is a third-year psychology major at Georgia Tech. As an undergraduate research assistant who aids in training, recruitment, and other matters, she believes in the importance of patience and inclusion in the research process. Her career goal is to conduct research and practice in a manner that leaves the earth a better place than she found it. In her free time, she enjoys spending time outdoors, trying new recipes, and photographing special moments. 

Evissette is a 4th year Psychology major and HMED minor. She became a member of the WFH lab in May 2022 and is currently working on the NSF project. In her free time, she likes to cook and go on walks. She is interested in pursuing organizational development and human resources in the future.

Shela is a 3rd year majoring in Psychology and minoring in Physiology. She loves singing, dancing, exercising, and reading in her free time. She is particularly interested in the area of work-family spillover.