Alexandra Figueroa

Ph.D. Student

Department of Management


Alexandra (Alex) Figueroa Anderson is a Ph.D. Candidate in the Department of Management. Alex’s research lies at the intersection of behavioral ethics and social justice in work environments. Current projects include work on gender identity, religious identity, and racial identity. Alex is particularly interested in organizational precursors to unethical behavior, and how our moral systems adapt to workplace environments. Alex also studies how external issues of social justice leak into the workplace. Alex is currently serving as the Vice President of the Management Student Doctoral Association which is a part of The PhD Project. She is passionate about helping under represented groups have access to and succeed in Management doctoral programs.

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Anderson, A. “Pride and Individual Learning”, Poster accepted and presented at the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, 2021

Erskine, S., Anderson, A., Crawford, K., Ndongo, J.C., “#ShareTheMic: Pandemic Adjustments, Allyship, and Antiracist Research & Practice”, Professional Development Workshop accepted for presentation, Academy of Management 2021. *All authors are considered equal contributors for this submission.

Anderson, A., Goodwin, R., Wakslak, C., “Gender Differences in Disclosing Unique Identities”, Presented at International Association for Conflict Management conference, 2021