MEG WARREN

Dr. Meg Warren is an Associate Professor of Management at Western Washington University. She is a researcher, keynote speaker, author, and psychologist with expertise in allyship, inclusiveness and cultural factors affecting wellbeing. Her award-winning research uses a positive psychology approach to study how individuals from relatively privileged groups can serve as allies to marginalized outgroups.

Meg has published over 50 journal articles, book chapters, and applied research reports. Her research has been covered by over 200 news media outlets, trade news outlets, and government media outlets globally. Her work has been translated in languages such as Italian, Vietnamese, German, and Dutch to reach wide audiences. She has served as a speaker at established companies across a range of industries including consumer products, clothing and apparel, healthcare, financial services, automotives, and property development.

She has held prestigious positions such as the Founding President of the Work & Organizations Division of the International Positive Psychology Association, Co-Founder of the Western Positive Psychology Association, and Co-Editor of the International Journal of Wellbeing. She serves as a Faculty Affiliate of the Center for Positive Organizations at the Ross School of Business, University of Michigan and a Co-Founder of its micro-community, Positive Organizational Inclusion Scholarship on Equity and Diversity (POISED).

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