Fourth-Year Doctoral Student
Elena Wong is a fourth-year PhD student in Management and Organizations at the University of Arizona, Eller College of Management. Her research interests involve examining employee wellbeing, the interface between work and family, and organizational change. She approaches these topics from multi-level perspectives using various types of data including archival, survey, and qualitative. Elena’s work has been published in Journal of Vocational Behavior and Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Perspectives in Science and Practice. She has presented at the Society for Industrial/Organizational Psychology and International Conference on Social Dilemmas conferences. Prior to joining academia, she worked as a consultant in the healthcare industry. She earned a B.S. in Psychology with a minor in Spanish for the Professions from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
- Employee well-being
- Work/non-work interface
- Organizational change and resilience
- Gender Differences in Careers
- Gabriel, A. S., Calderwood, C., Bennett, A. A., Wong, E. M., Dahling, J. J., & Trougakos, J. P. (2019). Examining recovery experiences among working college students: A person-centered study. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 115, 103329.
- Chawla, N., Wong, E. M., & Gabriel, A. S. (2019). Expanding the discourse surrounding sexual harassment: The case for considering experienced and observed hostile sexism, benevolent sexism, and gendered incivility. Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Perspectives on Science and Practice, 12, 79-83.
- Gabriel, A.S., Wong, E.M., Rosen, C.C., Koopman, J., & Lee, Y.E. (April 2020). Understanding the episodic consequences of sexism at work. In A. Melson-Silimon & N.T. Carter (Chairs), Novel approaches to studying workplace sexual harassment. Symposium presented at the 33rd Annual Conference of the Society of Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Austin, TX.
- Chawla, N., Wong, E. M., & Gabriel, A. S. (June 2019). Expanding the discourse surrounding sexual harassment: The case for considering experienced and observed hostile sexism, benevolent sexism, and gendered incivility. Poster presented at the International Conference on Social Dilemmas, Sedona, AZ.
- Academy of Management
- Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology