Faculty Profiles

Debra Meyerson

Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior (by courtesy)
Associate Professor of Education, School of Education

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Academic Degrees

Phi Beta Kappa; Pre-Doctoral Fellow, Natl. Institute of Mental Health, 1987–88; PhD, Stanford Univ., 1989; MS, M.I.T., 1980, MS, 1979.

Professional Experience

At Stanford since 1994–97, 2000.

Visiting Assoc. Prof., Center for Work, Technology, and Organizations, School of Engineering, Stanford Univ., 1998–; Assoc. Prof.–Prof., Center for Gender and Organizations, Graduate School of Management, Simmons College, 1998—; Visiting Scholar, Institute for Research on Women and Gender, 1997–98; Visiting Asst. Prof. and Lecturer, Stanford Graduate School of Business, 1994–97; Visiting Asst. Prof., Univ. of California, Berkeley, 1994; Asst. Prof., Univ. of Michigan, 1990–95; Principal Investigator, Ford Foundation Research Grants, 1995–99, 1999–2002.

Selected Publications

Tempered Radicals: How People Use Difference to Inspire Change at Work, Harvard Business School Press, 2001 
Radical Change the Quiet Way: Harvard Business Review, 2001 
Theories of Gender: A New Approach to Organizational Analysis and Change, JAI Press, 2000 
Moving Out of the ‘Armchair’: A Framework to Bridge the Gap between Theories of Gender Justice and Organizational Practice: Organization, 2000 
A Modest Manifesto for Shattering the Glass Ceiling: Harvard Business Review, 2000 

Awards and Honors

Sage Scholarly Contributions Award, 2010, Academy of Management, Gender and Diversity division 


Advisory Board: Pacific Crest Outward Bound School, Aspen Institute’s Initiative on Social Innovation Through Business, Women of Silicon Valley 
Member: Academy of Management, Executive Committee, Gender and Diversity in Organizations Div., 1999–2001 (1999 - 2001) 

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