Kristina Tirol-Carmody is a 2018-2022 Self Graduate Fellow pursuing a Ph.D. in organizational behavior at the University of Kansas. A proud Lawrence, KS native, she earned her B.S. (2015) in supply chain management and B.A. (2015) in Spanish from the University of Kansas, graduating suma cum laude in both areas. After graduation, Kristina worked for over three years researching educational access and equity with the University of Kansas’ Center for Educational Opportunity Programs. Her current research interests include fit and misfit at work, workplace diversity, recruitment and selection, and qualitative inquiry. Some of her current projects investigate the effects dyslectic experience at work; how other-ratings may substitute for self-ratings in organizational research; and the antecedents of human resource attributions. Kristina also serves as the current Vice-president of the KU Association of Business Doctoral Students.
Mentor: Niki den Nieuwenboer, Associate Professor, Business