Workplace Diversity; Community Psychology; Interdisciplinary Collaboration
Ph.D., University of Oregon
M.A., University of Oregon
B.A., Stanford University
Meg A. Bond
Meg A. Bond is a Resident Scholar at the Brandeis Women’s Studies Research Center. She is also a Professor of Psychology and Director of the Center for Women & Work at the University of Massachusetts Lowell. Her publications have addressed workplace diversity, collaboration among diverse constituencies, sexual harassment, and empowerment of underrepresented groups in community and organizational settings. Her book on the dynamics of race and gender in the workplace, entitled Workplace Chemistry: Promoting Diversity through Organizational Change, was published in Fall 2007 by the University Press of New England.
Meg received her B.A. in psychology from Stanford University and her Ph.D. in clinical/community psychology from the University of Oregon. She has been active in the governance of several professional organizations including Society for Community Research & Action (President), Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues (National Council Member), and American Psychological Association (Chair of the APA Committee on Women and APA Governing Council Member). She is currently on the APA Board for the Advancement of Psychology in the Public Interest. She has received two career awards from SCRA, one for special contributions and one for her commitment to ethnic minority mentoring. She has served on editorial boards of several journals including the American Journal of Community Psychology and Analysis of Social Issues & Public Policy.
On leave for the current Academic Year.
Bond, Meg A. Workplace Chemistry: Promoting Diversity Through Organizational Change. Hanover, NH: University Press of New England. 2007.
Bond, Meg A. and S. Harrell, editors. “Stories of Diversity Challenges in Community Research and Action.” American Journal of Community Psychology, 36 (3/4) (2006).