As a career social psychology professional, I bring my deep background in behavioral research methods and workforce analysis to support and build exaqueo’s impressive research capacity. I built my research expertise and scientific reputation as a professor at Johns Hopkins University. And I expanded my knowledge of psychology and social behavior as a program director at the U.S. National Science Foundation and as an Executive Director at the American Psychological Association (APA).
At APA I created a new Center for Workforce Studies, focusing on the supply, demand, and need for skilled expertise in the national workforce of professional psychology. I am known internationally for my contributions to social psychology, behavioral research methods, and multivariate statistics, have published dozens of articles in leading scientific journals, and co-authored a college-level textbook in social psychology.
A native of Southern California, I now reside with my family in Alexandria, Virginia and enjoy hiking, golfing, and baseball.
The Ohio State University
The University of Southern California, San Diego
National Science Foundation, Program Director
American Psychological Association, Executive Director for Science
Johns Hopkins University, Associate Professor