Lennay M. Chapman, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Department of Marketing and Logistics
Florida International University
Lennay M. Chapman is an Assistant Professor at Florida International University. Her research investigates consumer and technology interactions, with a focus on signaling, social judgments, and consumer decision making. Lennay has presented her research at the Association for Consumer Research (ACR), the Society for Consumer Psychology (SCP), and the Society for Judgment and Decision Making (SJDM) conferences, and in the CUNY Graduate Center Dissertation Showcase. She also has contributed to the Journal of Marketing Research’s Scholarly Insights. Lennay was awarded the 2021 Mills Tannenbaum Research Excellence Award, and the 2020 H. Fenwick Huss Teaching award.
Lennay currently teaches E-Marketing for FIU's Master of Science in Marketing Program, and previously taught courses including Digital Marketing, Marketing Research, and Marketing Foundations at Baruch College and Marymount Manhattan College. Before transitioning to academia, she spent more than ten years working in industry. Lennay's experience includes merchandise financial planning for Ann Taylor, LOFT, and Ross Stores, contributing financial analysis articles to the Motley Fool, and managing production for Dr. Michelle Copeland Skin Care. She holds a Ph.D. from the CUNY Graduation Center, an M.B.A. from Baruch College, and an M.Phil. in Business from the CUNY Graduate Center.
Chapman, Lennay M. and Ana Valenzuela (March, 2021). Just between you and me: Paying privately signals moral traits and enhances others' willingness to cooperate. Society for Consumer Psychology (virtual).
Chapman, Lennay M. and Kathleen D. Vohs (March, 2021). Phones and selves: Self-Smartphone Overlap, Online Self-Disclosure, And Privacy Concerns. Society for Consumer Psychology (virtual).