Dr. Asia Eaton

Dr. Eaton is an Assistant Professor in Psychology at FIU, and is a core faculty member in the Developmental and I-O Psychology Programs and an affiliated faculty in Women’s and Gender Studies. She conducts research on how gender and social power interact and support one another in organizations and in intimate partner relationships.

Dr. Sofia Noori

Dr. Noori received her M.D. from UCSF School of Medicine in 2017 and is now a Psychiatry Resident at Yale School of Medicine, as well as a Post-Doc in the PWR Lab. Her research and clinical interests include women’s mental health, underserved populations, and technology’s potential to reduce health disparities.

Renzo Barrantes

Renzo is a Ph.D. student in I-O psychology, whose interests include sexual orientation prejudice at work, and the leadership styles of LGBT men and women. He is completing his dissertation while working as a data analyst for Carnival Cruises.

Anna Kallschmidt

Anna is a fourth-year Ph.D. student in I/O psychology. Her research interests include social class stigma in the workplace, social mobility, and how childhood social class identity affects the employment lives of adults. She has six years of academic experience, as well as three years of applied organizational research.

Chantal Martinez

Chantal is a third-year Ph.D. student and McNair Graduate Fellow studying I-O psychology at FIU. Her research interests include intergenerational interactions at work, and how stereotypes about Millenials, such as the belief that they are disloyal to organizations, impact their workplace experiences.

Yanet Ruvalcaba

Yanet Ruvalcaba is a 4th year Psychology PhD candidate, majoring in Developmental Science, with a minor in Quantitative Psychology, and a McNair Fellow. Her research is on gender-based violence, with an emphasis on technology-mediated intimate partner violence and abuse among marginalized populations, for the dual purposes of informing theory and practice/policy.

Danilo Le Sante

Danilo is currently a PhD student in the I/O psychology program. His research interests are in the area of applied psychology and in understanding how perceptions regarding personality, job performance, and gender influence performance appraisals and other workplace outcomes.

Sarah Jackson

Sarah is a 2nd year Ph.D. student studying I/O Psychology at FIU. Her research interests include using feminist theories and frameworks to understand the experiences of marginalized individuals at work. Currently, she is examining the effect of racialized dialect on perceptions of candidates in phone interviews.

Jasmine Banks

Jasmine is a senior undergraduate McNair scholar pursuing her B.A. in Psychology with a minor in Sociology at FIU. After the completion of her B.A. she plans on attending graduate school in pursuit of her Ph.D in Social Psychology. Her research interests are intimate relationships, race relations, and how mental health affects social interactions.

Ana Estevez

Ana is a junior majoring in Psychology and Women’s & Gender Studies. She plans on going to graduate school after completing her B.A. to pursue a Ph.D. in Social or Clinical Psychology.

Natalia Martinez

Natalia Martinez is the PWR Lab Manager and a third undergraduate psychology student pursuing a certificate in Team Management at FIU. One day, she hopes to venture into companies to improve workplace productivity, employee relations, and methods used for recruitment and retention.

Emanuel Rojas

Emanuel is a junior majoring in Psychology and Mathematics (Comprehensive Track) and aspires to have a Ph.D. in Engineering Psychology. His interests are Mathematics, philosophy, and psychology specializing in the field of Ergonomics.

Edilmary Urdaneta

Edilmary recently graduated from FIU with a B.A. in Chemistry and a minor in Biology in the Honors College. She is now preparing to enter medical school where she will pursue a Doctorate of Medicine and of Philosophy (MD-PhD). Her research interests include cultural differences in the workplace

Elijah Vives

Elijah is a senior honor’s thesis student majoring in psychology with a certificate in queer studies. His interest includes exploring trans and GNCF gender identities and how they play a role in our daily interactions and personal relationships.

Megan Yavar

Megan Yavar is a senior pursuing a B.A. in Psychology & Women’s and Gender Studies, minor in Mathematics and a certificate in Queer Studies. After completing her B.A., she plans on going to graduate school to pursue a Ph.D. in psychology.