Tracy Kantrowitz Joins WSC Advisory Council

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Date: Tuesday, February 19, 2019

The Work Science Center is overjoyed to announce that Dr. Tracy Kantrowitz has joined our advisory council. 

Dr. Kantrowitz received her PhD in Industrial-Organizational Psychology with a concentration in quantitative measurement from the Georgia Institute of Technology. A SIOP Fellow, she was elected as Practice Officer for the 2019-2022 term, has chaired the Conference Program Committee (2018), and led the Professional Practice Committee, as well as serving on the IOP and TIP editorial boards and the Awards Committee. SIOP has recognized her work with the M. Scott Myers Award for applied research in the workplace and the Distinguished Early Career Contributions (Practice) Award.

Dr. Kantrowitz is Chief Product Officer at PDRI, where she consults with a wide variety of public and private sector clients on complex human capital challenges and leads integrated talent management product development. A known thought leader in the area of talent assessment, her work has focused on the assessment-technology interface on topics like computer adaptive testing, new predictor development, advances in unproctored internet testing, and mobile assessment.

In addition to consulting, Dr. Kantrowitz regularly publishes and presents her work. Recently, she co-authored (with Elaine Pulakos) SHRM’s Effective Practice Guidelines on Choosing Effective Talent Assessments to Strengthen Your Organization. She has also contributed commentaries to Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Perspectives on Science and Practice and has authored a widely-cited industry publication, the Global Assessment Trends Reports, an annual report describing HR priorities, talent practices, and uses of technology in talent management. Her work has been published in International Journal of Selection and Assessment, Human Performance, Journal of Business and Psychology, Journal of Applied Psychology, and Applied Psychology: An International Review. Read more about Dr. Kantrowitz’s work here.

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