Kelsie (she/her) is an Industrial Organizational Psychologist, ABD. As the People Research Consultant at Zoom and the global lead of Neurodiversity at Zoom Affinity Group, she’s on a relentless quest to bring the scientist-practitioner model to life. Kelsie leverages her passion for research, advising, and inclusive practices to empower organizations through data-driven decision making, DEI, Employee Listening, People Analytics, and Leadership Consulting.
She’s authored peer-reviewed papers, book chapters, and white papers in various fields, from selection and game-based cognitive ability testing to autism, DEI, and data analysis. As an autistic professional with ADHD, Kelsie knows that representation and employee voice are catalysts for success. Her research delves into the intricate connections between technology, strategy, culture, and diversity equity and inclusion, all with the aim of translating research into actionable practices that support employee flourishing.
Kelsie holds a Master’s degree in Industrial/Organizational Psychology, nears the final stages of her PhD journey, and proudly contributes her insights to the Society for Industrial/Organizational Psychology (SIOP). With an unwavering commitment to enhancing workplace dynamics and championing neurodiversity, she stands at the forefront of a new era in organizational consulting.
Some of my recent works: