Associate professor, Graduate School of Social Work
Education: Ph.D., dual degree in sociology and social work, Boston University
Specialization: Work and family
Representative Publication: “Recasting the Work-Family Agenda as a Corporate Social Responsibility” (co-authored), in Managing Work-Life Integration in Organizations: Future Directions for Research and Practice (Erlbaum, 2005)
Projects: I am currently director of the Sloan Work and Family Research Network at Boston College, which provides online information about work-family research to people interested in workplace practice and policy, as well as to academics involved in teaching and research. In this capacity, I will continue my work analyzing state policies that affect working families. I am also looking forward to researching a range of workplace issues from a social justice perspective, such as examining the access that low-income families have to family-friendly employment policies.
Read more about the Sloan Work and Family Research Network at Boston College.