Monique Domingo earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration (Management) from San Francisco State University and was awarded the Management Department Honoree in Spring 2015. As an undergraduate, Monique was a teacher’s assistant for two years as she genuinely enjoyed providing academic support and mentorship for students. Not only did this give her the opportunity to gain hands-on experience with grading, but it also gave her the chance to develop and lecture a module for two three-hour class sessions. From her senior year to post-graduation, Monique actively participated as a research assistant for the San Francisco State University Management Department. She has previous experience as a supervisor for Wells Fargo Bank but currently works part-time at WW International. Monique’s goal is to pursue a PhD in Organizational Behavior to become a professor and scholar. Through these roles, she hopes to inspire and to provide mentorship for students, especially for those who are underrepresented.
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Xavier is a junior majoring in Psychology at Clayton State University. He is involved in research labs in both the psychology and business departments. He is the Vice President of his university’s local chapter of the Society For Human Resource Management. Xavier aspires to obtain his PhD in I/O psychology. His research interests include diversity, discrimination, leadership, organizational climate, as well as organizational development. Xavier’s career aspirations are to not only inspire the minds of future scholars in academia but to also consult for the organizations of tomorrow.