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Leadership at the CFWW

Kerry Daly leads the Father Involvement research agenda and is Dean of the College of Social & Applied Human Sciences.

Donna Lero leads the Workpalce Policies and Family Supports research agenda and serves as the Jarislowsky Chair in Families & Work.

Belinda Leach leads the research agenda on Rural Work Life and is Associate Dean (Research) of the College of Social & Applied Human Sciences and holds a University Research Chair in Rural Gender Studies.

Karen Korabik leads the research agenda on gender and organizations.

Nita Chhinzer leads research on Strategic Human Resources Management.

M. Gloria González-Morales leads research on occupational health and performance in organizations.

 

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