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PEOPLE of FOWOP

The Future of WOP Movement includes many active academics. 

If you agree with the principles of FOWOP as outlined in our Manifesto, and support our work, you can have your profile featured here! To do that, please provide your information here. If you want to include a picture of yourself please email it to j.sosnowska@uva.nl

Edina Doci
Edina Doci

Bruxelles, Belgium Areas of work within FOWOP that I am interested: Health in academia, Critical Work and Organizational Psychology, and Promoting equality in academia. Research interests: Critical perspectives on leadership; Sustainability leadership; Diversity in organizations; Psychologic. Research expertise: Leadership; psychological resources; Critical perspectives in WOP.

Zoe
Zoe

Zoe Sanderson (Bristol, UK): Critical WOP

Noemi Nagy
Noemi Nagy

Bern, Switzerland Areas of FOWOP that I am interested in are: Health in academia, Critical-WOP, Substantive-methodological synergies, and Promoting equality in academia. My research interests are: Organizational Behaviour, Career Development, Sustainability, Methods . My research expertise are: Organizational Behaviour, Career Development, Sustainability, and Methods.

Milica Vukelic
Milica Vukelic

Belgrade, Serbia University of Belgrade, Faculty of Philosophy, Department of Psychology, Cika Ljubina 18-20 Belgrade, Serbia Research interests: Career development, Critical work psychology, Workplace bullying, Work engagement, Workplace well-being, History of wop, Technostress, Burnout, Teaching WOP Research expertise: Workplace bullying, Career development, Work engagement, Workplace well-being, Expertise in using both quantitative and qualitative approaches in WOP research.

Makfire Aliu
Makfire Aliu

Wemmel, Belgium Areas of work within FOWOP that i am interested in are: Critical Work and Organizational Psychology, Substantive-methodological synergies, Coronavirus response group, and Practitioners Network. My research interests are: Workplace in general, covid-19, wellbeing at work, employees' engagement, diversity and inclusion, pay gap issues, gender equality issues, AI and the future of work.

Tayebe Rahimi Pordanjani
Tayebe Rahimi Pordanjani

Iran I am an Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology, University of Bojnord, Iran. Area of work within FOWOP that I am interested in is: Health in academia. My research interests are are: Occupational Health, Mental Health, Occupational accidents, Psychological and social factors at the workplace, and Workplace violence. My research expertise are in: Job Satisfaction, Occupational stress, and Shift work

Amalia Raquel Pérez-Nebra
Amalia Raquel Pérez-Nebra

Centro Universitário de Brasília, Brazil Areas of work within FOWOP that I am interested in: Health in academia, Critical Work and Organizational Psychology, Promoting equality in academia, and Practitioners network. Research interests: Work psychology, Health at work, Sustainable wellbeing at work. Research expertise: Sustainable wellbeing at work, Quantitative analysis, and Psychometry.

Theresa Leyens
Theresa Leyens

Köln, Germany Areas of work within FOWOP that I am interested in are: Health in academia, Critical Work and Organisational Psychology, Promoting equality in academia, and Coronavirus response group. My research interests: Personality, Personality Dynamics, Personality Assessment, Work Performance, Well-being, and Work-Life Balance. My research interests: Personality Dynamics.

Annabelle Hofer
Annabelle Hofer

Bern, Switzerland

Thushel Jayaweera
Thushel Jayaweera

United Kingdom

Filipa Rodrigues
Filipa Rodrigues

Lisbon, Portugal

Clarice Santos
Clarice Santos

United Kingdom

Aníbal López
Aníbal López

Portugal

Arobindu Dash
Arobindu Dash

Bangladesh and Germany

Vincent Angel
Vincent Angel

University of Bordeaux, France

Lan Nguyen
Lan Nguyen

Vietnam

Drew Mallory
Drew Mallory

Bangkok, Thailand

Johanna Degen
Johanna Degen

European University of Flensburg, Germany In regard to perspectives/stance and expertise, my research interests are: explorative and experimental methods, respective methodology & theorizing -human-technosphere-environment-'nature' relations and meaning making (in work, private, and intimate spheres of life)/liberalization/capitalist logic/everyday practices -clinical psychology and practice of mediation, therapy and health In regard to topics and access to data: -I am

Hamsa Suresh
Hamsa Suresh

US and India Areas of work within FOWOP that I am interested in are: Critical-WOP, Coronavirus response group, and Practitioners network

Milena Tekeste
Milena Tekeste

London, United Kingdom

Marco Guerci
Marco Guerci

Milan, Italy

Benedetta Colaiacovo
Benedetta Colaiacovo

Milan, Italy

Gazi Islam
Gazi Islam

Grenoble, France

Dominika Wach
Dominika Wach

Dresden, Germany

Sandiso Bazana
Sandiso Bazana

Rhodes University, South Africa

Ishbel McWha-Hermann
Ishbel McWha-Hermann

University of Edinburgh, UK

Uracha Chatrakul Na Ayudhya
Uracha Chatrakul Na Ayudhya

University of London, UK

Chrysavgi Sklaveniti
Chrysavgi Sklaveniti

Universität St.Gallen, Switzerland

Timothy Gore
Timothy Gore
Ayelet Artzi
Ayelet Artzi

Israel

Ferdinando Toscano
Ferdinando Toscano

Bologna, Italy

Premilla d'Cruz
Premilla d'Cruz

India

Liselore Havermans
Liselore Havermans

Havermans Consultancy; University of Amsterdam, VU University Amsterdam, the Netherlands

Carolin Ossenkop
Carolin Ossenkop

Radboud University Nijmegen, the Netherlands

Maria Kordowicz
Maria Kordowicz

Lincoln, UK

Elfi Baillien
Elfi Baillien

KU Leuven, Belgium

Safâa Achnak
Safâa Achnak

Brussels, Belgium

Ehi Iden
Ehi Iden

Nigeria

Fabiola Gerpott
Fabiola Gerpott

WHU Germany Areas of work within FOWOP that I am interested in are: Critical-WOP and Promoting equality in academia. My research interests are: Leader-follower interactions, Female leadership, Age diversity, Emergent leadership, Diary studies. My research expertise: Interaction analysis and Diversity management.

Sara de Gieter
Sara de Gieter

Brussels, Belgium