Allison Ellis Graduate Student, Portland State University
Allison Ellis is a doctoral candidate at Portland State University, studying industrial/organizational psychology and focusing in occupational health psychology. Her research centers on employee health and well-being, especially as it relates to employee engagement, motivation, and performance. Allison has extensive applied experience in taking research to practice in the form of applied research, designing and evaluating interventions, and sharing her work in the form of facilitated workshops, speaking engagements, and authoring book chapters and whitepapers for both business and academic audiences. Allison has presented her work at the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology and Work, Stress, and Health conferences over the past several years; and has published her research in the Journal of Management, Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, and Organizational Dynamics.
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