Dylan Reeves is a junior at the University of South Florida majoring in Psychology. Originally, he was born in Chicago, IL, but has spent the majority of his life in Pompano Beach, Florida. Dylan joined the armed forces after graduating high school in 2011. At the end of his four year active duty obligation he became engaged within the I/O community by becoming a research assistant for Dr. Tammy Allen’s lab and later Dr. Michael Brannick’s lab. He is projected to complete his undergraduate degree by the end of spring 2017 and plans to seek acceptance into a Ph.D. program. After successfully obtaining his Ph.D., his goal is to make a positive change in soldiers’ lives by developing an efficient work-family system, one that reduces the daily stresses of work, and will cater to a diverse culture. Dylan’s research interests include work-family conflict, selection, team effectiveness, training, stress, mentoring, and mindfulness. Overall, the amount of knowledge that is understood about organizations is still in its developing stages and there is plenty room for expansion and growth. Dylan wishes to be a part of that growth.