Jamie Ladge, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Management
D’Amore-McKim School of Business
Distinguished Research Professor University of Exeter Business School
Jamie Ladge is an Associate Professor in the Management and Organizational Development at Northeastern University and a Distinguished Research Professor at the University of Exeter Business School. Her primary area of research focuses on the psychological and career implications of professionally-employed mothers and fathers. She also researches the diversity challenges and work and family boundaries of those holding intersecting social identities. Her work has been published in several top management and human resources journals including the Academy of Management Review, Academy of Management Journal, Journal of Applied Psychology, Academy of Management Perspectives, Human Resource Management, Harvard Business Review and Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice.
Dr. Ladge is a frequent speaker, both nationally and internationally, on the topic of gender and diversity in organizations and work-life integration. Her research has also received a significant amount of media attention in major media outlets such as the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, The Atlantic, Forbes, Fortune, CNN Money, Businessweek and other prominent media outlets. At Northeastern, she teaches courses on Managing Human Capital, Managing People and Organizations, Career Management and Organizational Behavior.
Dr Ladge is a current member of the Academy of Management, Organizational Behavior Teaching Society, American Psychological Association, Society for Human Resource Professionals and Founding Member of the Work-Family Researchers Network. She currently serves as the Past Division Chair of the Careers Division of the Academy of Management and is a member of the editorial board of the Journal of Management and Journal of Organizational Behavior. She received an M.S. and Ph.D. from Boston College, Carroll School of Management, an MBA from Simmons School of Management and a B.S. from Babson College.