Elizabeth Salib works to develop inclusion in the middle layers of an organization by researching how leaders and men in particular can foster inclusion on a work team. Ms. Salib joined Catalyst in 2010 to work on the Engaging Men in Gender Initiatives series, and she is an active member of the MARC team. Recently, she co-authored a chapter with Jeanine Prime, PhD, on engaging men through inclusive leadership that was published in Gender In Organizations: Are Men Allies or Adversaries to Women’s Career Advancement?, edited by Ronald J. Burke , Debra A. Major.
Ms. Salib completed her PhD in Social Psychology at Rutgers University, where she conducted research on inclusive leadership as well as prejudice and discrimination against understudied groups. Some of her work has been featured in the book Social Judgment and Decision Making, the Journal of Nonverbal Behavior, and at professional conferences such as the Society for Personality and Social Psychology and the Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues. She holds a Master’s degree in Psychology from Rutgers University, a graduate certificate in Political Psychology from George Washington University, and a BA in psychology and philosophy from Northeastern University.