I am in my second year of the Department of Management PhD program at George Washington University. I received my Bachelor's in Business Administration from James Madison University. During my undergraduate studies I studied abroad for a semester in Belgium and earned a concentration in International Business. This experience of studying abroad led me to choose to do my graduate degree in Ireland, at the University of Limerick, where I received my Masters of Business Studies in Human Resource Management. During my graduate studies I researched work-life balance and composed my thesis on flexible work practices and their relationship with gender roles.
My research interests are in the area of Organizational Behavior. More specifically, my research interests concern work-life balance, gender in the workplace, and organizational justice.
Latham, A. & Swiercz, P. M. (2009, October). Flexible work practices: Women only? Paper presented at the American Society for Competitiveness conference, Washington, D.C.Area.
Swiercz, P. M. & Latham, A. (2011, May). Cognitive job sorting exercise. Exercise presented at the Eastern Academy of Management conference, Boston, MA.