Arielle is a doctoral student in Organization and Management at the Goizueta Business School of Emory University. She earned a bachelor's degree in Psychology from Xavier University and an M.S. in Industrial-Organizational Psychology from Purdue University. Now as a doctoral student, Arielle has presented research at several professional conferences including the annual conference for the Academy of Management, a competitive early-career talk at The Ohio State University's Weary Symposium, and the inaugural Rising Scholars conference at the Graduate School of Stanford Business. Much of Arielle's research thus far has been aimed at evaluating recruitment strategies intended to attract racial and ethnic minorities on the job market with a specific interest in how organizational representation (or the lack thereof) influences responsiveness to such strategies. Arielle is also interested in investigating whether intra-group differences, such as skin-tone and socioeconomic status, influence the efficacy of such strategies and social interactions with racial, ethnic, and gender minorities in the workplace.


  • Bachelor's in Psychology
    Xavier University
  • Master's in Psychology
    Indiana University