Mitchell E. Daniels, Jr. School of Business
Gender and Diversity, Organizational Behavior, Research Methods
COVID, Future of Work, Remote Work and Working Families, Workforce Productivity
Allison (Allie) Gabriel is a Professor of Management in the Organizational Behavior and Human Resources area of the Mitchell E. Daniels, Jr. School of Business at Purdue University, and will hold the Thomas J. Howatt Chair in Management. An organizational psychologist, she studies the ways we can promote thriving and well-being at work. Most recently, her focus has been on the intersection of work and women’s health, focusing on experiences linked with the journey of motherhood.
Allison has received early career awards from the Academy of Management and Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology for her scholarly contributions, in addition to being recognized by Poets & Quants as a top undergraduate business school professor. She hopes her research—often capturing her own personal challenges with motherhood, work-life balance, and wellness—can help others flourish.
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